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Archive of posts published in the category: PETA

Study: People Think Well Known Means Effective, Except for PETA

Americans have a soft spot for animals and are not very discerning when it comes…

Protesting for an Identity

Last week, in a PETA-style bid to get media attention, a member of a group called…

This Week in Animal Rights (Feb. 17, 2020)

“Euthanasia numbers of shelter dogs have decreased by 63% in the last seven years in…

PETA Death Toll Surpasses 40,000

 One of PETA’s 40,854 known victims. The Virginia Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services, which…

VA Legislation Seeks to Put PETA & Others Out of Killing Business

New legislation introduced in Virginia once again seeks to put PETA and other pet slaughterhouses…

A Picture Worth 39,276 Lives

If a picture is worth a thousand words, this one is worth a thousand lives.…

A Complete and Utter Rout as PETA’s Lawsuit Collapses

  For the past several days, I have been posting stories of our movement’s success,…

What is your dog worth?

Looking for Oswald? You can usually find him in the crook of my arm. Veterinarians,…

El Paso Police Move to Block Release of Evidence in Dog/Cat Pound Deaths

Last month, PETA released photographs given to them by a whistleblower at the El Paso,…

El Paso Police Report: Conditions that Led to Cannabalism in Dog Pound Not “Criminal Wrongdoing”

Earlier this month, PETA released photographs given to them by a whistleblower at the El…