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Your Donation to PETA Was Used to Kill Healthy Kittens

Among the dead are the young and healthy kittens pictured above. Donations to PETA are…

The Week (of Apr. 22, 2019) in Review

Jacksonville falls out of the 90% Club. Coming off its best year ever, Austin looks…

Why “No Birth” Is Not a Substitute for “No Kill”

PETA recently argued in Long Beach, as they have elsewhere, against shelter reform and the…

The Week (of Apr. 8, 2019) in Review

Protecting animals from cruelty, the NYC pound alters computer records, legislation pending in New Jersey…

The Week (of Mar. 18, 2019) in Review

  All dogs welcome again in Eureka, MO; the Oak Ride, TN, “pound” went from…

New Study: TNR Reduces Killing by Over 80%

A new study looked at cat impound and killing rates in six city pounds before…

“Terrifying”

  I responded to a call from a concerned woman who’d found an abandoned days-old…

The Week (of Feb. 25, 2019) in Review

In case you missed it: A bill that would ban declawing of cats, a surgical…

PETA is a “terrifying and desensitizing” “cult” — Another Former PETA Employee Speaks Out

Ultimately, the culture was terrifying and desensitizing — and I gradually felt that my view of death,…

PETA News Coverage: Whimsy Over Substance

PETA has been trending in the news but not for the reasons they should. In…