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March 21, 2013
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March 21, 2013
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Repeatedly across the nation, PETA has terrorized animal shelters for euthanizing sick and unwanted pets. PETA takes in these animals and euthanizes 90% of them while denying their own continuous hypocrisy.

They use violence to get their way. They actively teach people and students in
seminars how to make bombs to destroy the organizations they wish to target. As crazy as it sounds, it's unfortunately happening all the time with this organization. On top of all this, their hypocrisy takes the cake. You'll often see a higher up using an animal product that they actively condone the use of.

This organization is disgusting by any standard, and you have to be a fool to become one of their loud, annoying, obsessive sheep.

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A lot

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No

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2013

March 16, 2013
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March 16, 2013
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Making fun of video games is a crime and PETA. WILL. PAY. FOR. IT.

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Life-changing

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2011

March 10, 2013
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March 10, 2013
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PETA, PETA INDIA, and other PETA orgs around the world continue to be the animals' best friend--
Look at their accomplishments, influencing airlines not to ship animals for research, shutting down so-called sanctuaries for animals that are found to be cruel, inhumane, and hideously run, spaying
and neutering thousands of pets each year in poverty-stricken areas, along with a host of other accomplishments at a MACRO level, influencing how animals are treated (by leaving them alone and away from exploitation) on TV, MOVIES, etc. The list goes on. They are a major force and money donated to any of their orgs isn't wasted IMO.

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2013

March 3, 2013
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March 3, 2013
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Euthanization is NOT the answer here, I have read many reviews in this section having to do with this controversial topic. I still fail to see why PETA considers this a solution. I currently lead one of the most followed anti-peta pages on facebook, and operate another website on the topic. I will not mention the pages names. PETA preaches fairness and freedom for animals, but has hundreds of thousands put down. They play it off as euthanization when, in fact, it is in cold blood. They tell the public that they do it only in extreme cases when the animal is sick, or when the animal is "unadoptable." The truth behind this is that PETA lies to save face. Many of the animals are put down because (and I am quoting a Peta Rep here) "[they] simply do not have the funds to keep so many animals alive and healthy." Many of the animals brought to PETA are even killed within 24 hours of them arriving at their shelter. In fact, in the year 2008 peta's adopt/kill ratio was about 2000:1. This is an awful organization, and I want to spread the word. Your money is in much better hands if you were to donate to WSPA.

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2013

February 24, 2013
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February 24, 2013
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PETA is lambasted by people who are emotionally involved with animals. And, that's okay, but reality must become a factor somewhere. The number of stray dogs and cats in the U.S. is next to impossible to know, but according to The National Council on Pet Population Study & Policy (NCPPSP) there are around 7 million cats alone. Most of the animals taken into shelters are pets that have either gotten lost without means of identification or been abandoned by their owners. More stats are available in many places.

Here's my point: What else can PETA do but euthanize them if no one will take responsibility? Let them starve, be torn to pieces by other animals, freeze to death, beaten to death by human beings? Euthanasia is humane. Truth is, owners who abandon their pets or allow them to wander without means of identification are the ones euthanizing these animals. To blame PETA is to shift responsibility to salve guilty consciences. No organization can do better.

So, give PETA a break and join its fight to help animals instead of criticizing it for doing a job others do not want to do, i.e. take care of their pets.

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December 26, 2012
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December 26, 2012
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I used to donate a lot of money to PETA until I found out that they were using it for their new building in California. They were wasting money in very superficial Hollywood kind of stuff instead of really helping animals. They are a joke when it comes to really helping animals. They feed from donations of people with good hearts. We, donors, should have our eyes wide open when it comes to PETA.

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2011

December 15, 2012
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December 15, 2012
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Peta is a truly awful organization. They're just a bunch of fear mongers, attempting to use bad scare tactics, and bashing pop culture because not many sane people honestly agree with their sh** ethics. Also, ethical is a stupid f***ing word to use in their name, due to ethics and morals differing from person to person, and not being set in stone. I ignored this insanity up until the organization bashed Pokémon, which didn't make any sense. Considering Pokémon is a series about love, friendship, pulling through hard times, winning against all odds, forming friendship with unlikely creatures, and becoming a master in your respective field. If you're going to bash this, then what's next? Sly Cooper? Jak and Daxter? Maybe even the Varren fighting rink in Mass Effect 2. But, really. If you're reading this and going "It's just pop culture, no need to get your frilly stockings in a twist over that" Well, kind sir and or madam, my frilly stockings are in a continued twist; because if you're willing to twist Pokémon like that, then what is safe? ....Claiming animals need to be treated like humans, god, the f***'s wrong with you? Animals don't have the brain capacity to operate like humans do,and if they do, they don't seem to be showing it, they'll just do what they've always done, kill each other. It's survival of the fittest, and this organization somehow believe that animals suddenly deserve special treatment, I'm not even sure why. Is it possible for PETA and it's followers to get off their high horses for one f***ing minute and realize this is a really redundant cause? If humanities ancestors refused to kill, cook, eat, or wear animals then we'd have been wiped out centuries ago. Seriously, PETA is like some bad joke gone wrong.

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2012

December 13, 2012

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December 13, 2012

Long time volunteer for PETA. They do God's work in human form! God bless all the volunteers.

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Definitely

For the time you spent, how much of an impact did you feel your work or activity had?

Life-changing

Did the organization use your time wisely?

Quite well

When was your last experience with this nonprofit?

2010

December 3, 2012
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December 3, 2012
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I think PETA has there stuff together. They keep you updated on all their work and progress with a detailed annual report. some might find there tactics extreme but sometimes you need to push the envelope to direct attention to these causes.

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Definitely

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2012

December 2, 2012
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December 2, 2012
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This is the most disgusting "animal rights charity" i've ever seen. They kill more than they help, and they are a joke compared to real animal charities.

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2012

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