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June 17, 2005

PETA: Not So Ethical After All

Have you heard? Two PETA workers have been arrested for cruelty to animals:
Two Hampton Roads employees of Norfolk-based People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals have been charged in Ahoskie, N.C., with animal cruelty after dumping dead dogs and cats in a shopping center garbage bin, police said Thursday.

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Local officials and veterinarians said they were told that PETA would find homes for the animals, not euthanize them. PETA has scheduled a news conference for Friday afternoon to discuss the charges.

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But veterinarian Patrick Proctor said that authorities found a female cat and her two "very adoptable" kittens among the dead animals. He said they were taken from Ahoskie Animal Hospital.

Meanwhile, PETA is up to its usual tricks, comparing meat consumption to eating people. Chris over at Lucky Dawg News has a photo that will either make you laugh or make you cringe...or both.

I am all for the humane treatment of animals. But PETA goes beyond that, likening animal consumption to the Holocaust and basically caring more about animals than people. I am enjoying the fact that they're being shown for the radical morons they really are.

For more on PETA's follies, check out the website PETA Kills Animals.

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