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Archive of posts published in the category: PETA

The Killing of Maya

Today is the anniversary of PETA’s killing of Maya. On October 18, 2014, two PETA…

Study: Denver BSL cost $100M but no benefit

The University of Denver has announced that they have completed research on the economic impact…

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,…