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Default Damn, wrong link - OT - Don't go to PETA for a shop dog

tom wrote:

My neighbors Mark and Juanita wrote: In that link, at least as a single
data point for the specific area in
which the PETA gang was caught, the link article pointed out that the
SPCA
in that same town was adopting out 73% of the animals placed in its
care
vs. the 13.7% that PETA lists as its aggregate 2004 rate.



Consider the source....? Tom



The numbers in Northfork, Va are a little off, if memory servers, PETA was
adopting animals from the SPCA, thats why the SPCA didn't put them down.
PETA was taking them and then looking for homes to put them in the real
question is why is PETA taking animals it can't take care of and if they
can find homes for them and have to put them down, why are they dumping the
bodys?

by no means am I supporting PETA, they have become a far left wacko group,
kinda always where, but now there loosing touch with reality. Kinda
reminds me of the "peace activists" that become violent mobs, or the
anti-aborionists that bomb abortion clinics. once you become a fanatic
Reality stops being important to them.
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http://www.petakillsanimals.com/



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http://www.thisistrue.com/peta.html



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Default Damn, wrong link - OT - Don't go to PETA for a shop dog

Not to side with PETA on this, but you might be surprised at the
euthanasia rates at your local "Humane Society"/ dog pound. My wife
brought home a puppy from the pound yesterday (she'a a volunteer
dog-walker) to be fattened up so he'd be adoptable. Seems that people
see a few ribs on the side of an otherwise healthy puppy, and won't
even think about adopting it. So they're put down. Policy. Spay and
neuter, folks. Tom, getting a little rain in Tucson!

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On 11 Mar 2006 09:49:55 -0800, "tom" wrote:

Not to side with PETA on this, but you might be surprised at the
euthanasia rates at your local "Humane Society"/ dog pound. My wife
brought home a puppy from the pound yesterday (she'a a volunteer
dog-walker) to be fattened up so he'd be adoptable. Seems that people
see a few ribs on the side of an otherwise healthy puppy, and won't
even think about adopting it. So they're put down. Policy. Spay and
neuter, folks. Tom, getting a little rain in Tucson!


In that link, at least as a single data point for the specific area in
which the PETA gang was caught, the link article pointed out that the SPCA
in that same town was adopting out 73% of the animals placed in its care
vs. the 13.7% that PETA lists as its aggregate 2004 rate.



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My neighbors Mark and Juanita wrote: In that link, at least as a single
data point for the specific area in
which the PETA gang was caught, the link article pointed out that the
SPCA
in that same town was adopting out 73% of the animals placed in its
care
vs. the 13.7% that PETA lists as its aggregate 2004 rate.



Consider the source....? Tom

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Default Damn, wrong link - OT - Don't go to PETA for a shop dog

March 15th is Eat an Animal for PETA Day!

Fire up the grill!
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