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Little peta stamp i made in photoshop.

I know it's not perfect but i was fun to do.

Feel free to use in your journal.
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thatguyisaperv Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2015  Hobbyist Artist
exactly
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Rootiga Featured By Owner Jun 11, 2015
ALL HAIL THE HUMAN SPECIES! THE SUPERIOR SPECIES TO ALL OTHER CREATURES IN EVERY WAY!
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DewottGamer Featured By Owner Aug 19, 2014
I thought the second one would be Euthanize, BECAUSE THEY DO THAT ON DOGS :( AND THEN THROW THEM IN THE DUMPSTER D:
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D-arkSides Featured By Owner Jun 23, 2014
People
eating
tasty
animals
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TheWolfsFirstWinter Featured By Owner Nov 6, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
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TarbosaurusBatar Featured By Owner Feb 8, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Using! =)
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HIgirl321 Featured By Owner Nov 24, 2013
whats your problem whit PETA ??
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Young-stoaty-chap Featured By Owner Aug 6, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
PETA is crueler to animals than the entire meat industry. Not only do they kill thousands of animals, but they recomend feeding a dog or a cat on a vegetarian diet.
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MegCurtis Featured By Owner Jun 2, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I don't get it. What's so bad about Peta? I don't support them or anything... I just don't get it.
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Iwun Featured By Owner Jul 2, 2013
[link] Watch this yw
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milojoe100 Featured By Owner May 7, 2013
good
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Little-rolling-bean Featured By Owner Apr 18, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Or what I perfer:

People
Encouraging
Terrorist
Attacks.

:bow:
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SpookChu Featured By Owner Jun 11, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
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DarthT15 Featured By Owner Mar 23, 2013
Someone get me a Flamer, There are Heretics to be purged.
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Raenafyn Featured By Owner Apr 18, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
YES. YES! :iconbisonyesplz:

what peta should REALLY stand for :P FAVED
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HugoLuman Featured By Owner Mar 16, 2012
They do more to hurt the cause than help it. For one, they advocate the extinction of pitbulls, and euthanize 85% of the animals they take in.
PETA's philosophy towards companion animals (those commonly kept as pets) is that they should be exterminated to prevent any chance of them having a bad life.
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Foxx-0 Featured By Owner Jun 23, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I agree that peta is to far, and does a lot of things that are wrong and hypocritical. Instead of supporting peta, check this out: [link]
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f14ace Featured By Owner Sep 15, 2011
Animals don't have "rights" for the same reason children don't have "rights". You can't give rights to something that is not intelligent enough or capable of understanding said rights.

PETA also fails to realize that the majority of domestic animals would never survive without humans to care for them. But hey, if PETA wants to bust my door down and take my dog, go right on ahead and try it. Be warned though, I have a shoot-to-kill policy for terrorists.
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I-Love-PETA Featured By Owner Aug 23, 2011
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) is the largest animal rights organization in the world, with more than 2 million members and supporters.

PETA focuses its attention on the four areas in which the largest numbers of animals suffer the most intensely for the longest periods of time: on factory farms, in the clothing trade, in laboratories, and in the entertainment industry. We also work on a variety of other issues, including the cruel killing of beavers, birds, and other "pests" as well as cruelty to domesticated animals.

PETA works through public education, cruelty investigations, research, animal rescue, legislation, special events, celebrity involvement, and protest campaigns.

PETA was founded in 1980 and is dedicated to establishing and defending the rights of all animals. PETA operates under the simple principle that animals are not ours to eat, wear, experiment on, or use for entertainment. PETA educates policymakers and the public about animal abuse and promotes kind treatment of animals. PETA is an international nonprofit charitable organization based in Norfolk, Virginia, with affiliates worldwide.

PETA believes that animals have rights and deserve to have their best interests taken into consideration, regardless of whether they are useful to humans. Like you, they are capable of suffering and have an interest in leading their own lives.

The very heart of all of PETA's actions is the idea that it is the right of all beings—human and nonhuman alike—to be free from harm. Our world is plagued with many serious problems, all of which deserve our attention. Cruelty to animals is one of them. We believe that all people should try to stop animal abuse whenever and wherever they can.

Since 1980, PETA has campaigned to establish a global society in which humans consider the needs of what Henry Beston, noted American writer and naturalist of the mid-20th century, so beautifully called "the other nations." We uphold the rights of individual animals to be respected. For most, that means simply leaving them alone.

PETA focuses its attention on the four areas in which the largest numbers of animals suffer the most intensely for the longest periods of time: on factory farms, in laboratories, in the clothing trade, and in the entertainment industry.

In today's world of virtually unlimited choices, animal exploitation is simply unacceptable. We can eat better, educate ourselves better, clothe ourselves better, and entertain ourselves better without torturing and killing animals.

We have the power to spare animals excruciating pain by making better choices about the food we eat, the things we buy, and the activities we support.




PETA has always been known for uncompromising, unwavering views on animal rights. We aren't afraid to make the difficult comparisons, say the unpopular thing, or point out the uncomfortable truth, if it means that animals will benefit.

PETA's "Uncompromising Stands on Animal Rights" is an overview of what sets PETA apart. Our positions may be controversial, but they are always true to our driving mission: to stop animal abuse worldwide.

Just click a title below to read more about a particular topic, and if you have a question about PETA's position on any animal rights issue, please feel free to ask us!


Almost all of us grew up eating meat, wearing leather, and going to circuses and zoos. We never considered the impact of these actions on the animals involved. For whatever reason, you are now asking the question: Why should animals have rights?

Animals Are Not Ours to Eat
Animals Are Not Ours to Wear
Animals Are Not Ours to Experiment On
Animals Are Not Ours to Use for Entertainment
Animals Are Not Ours to Abuse in Any Way



YOU ALL JUST DON'T KNOW WHAT YOU'RE TALKING ABOUT!

THANK YOU FOR CONSIDERING MY COMMENTS.


"Free For All"


Hope-For-Animals.yolasite.com
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NeonClovers Featured By Owner Aug 4, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
Look son, a retard!
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EpicSk8r13 Featured By Owner Feb 20, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
see this pic and youll probably change your name to I-Hate-Peta
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them killing animals is a tragedy
a disgusting waste of animals lives

its sad
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Rockman214 Featured By Owner Jul 12, 2014  Student Interface Designer
Fuck your Peta!
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TehPheonix Featured By Owner Jul 11, 2013  Student Digital Artist
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Foxx-0 Featured By Owner Jun 23, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I totally agree with everything you say BUT i also need to find a common ground with the peta haters. I am a long term vegan. My mother raised me as a vegetarian. I have never eaten meat. I am not against pets, i don't believe a lot of the things peta does that i think are over the top and unrealistic. I have spent hours of my life trying to convince people that hate on peta that they are wrong... then i started to realize... people can't just hate them for NO reason... so i looked it up.
In the long run, i still love and respect peta, and i share everything they post on peta, i have three peta shirts, i have done five protests with signs on street corners.... but I still have my alternative thoughts on some of their choices. Here is a really good animal rights website that is along with peta, loves and respects peta, but tries to make more realistic choices, and less controversial protests, while trying to stop abuse, factory farming, fur farms, and so on: [link]
:)
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MugoUrth Featured By Owner Nov 16, 2011
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TB-Racer Featured By Owner Sep 6, 2011
So how do you explain the 97% kill rate at PETA's own shelter? Since they've been in 'operation' they have a 14% adoption rate overall, thats the lowest in the nation! A shelter in the same area has a 73% adoption rate since they've been open. PETA has been known to take animals form vets and other shelters and kill them on the way to there shelter. Once the animals are killed they are stuffed into trash bags and thrown in a dumpster or put in a walk in freezer, how is this ethical?
Why does PETA support people and organizations that are known terrorist? That use animal protects or test on animals?
Why is ok for PETA to exploit women through their ads? Just recently they had a video of a women teaching how to make rice balls the whole time the camera was down her very exposed cleavage, most comments were about that and not what she was saying. Also when she made the rice balls it was in the shape of a happy kitten's face. So why would you want to eat something that looked like a animal?
Also if PETA is so against eating animals, why have Veggie burgers? Veggie wings? While these are not animal products why eat anything that derives from them like such as above?

I would love to hear some answer that I haven't already heard before, of course they were all the same and all came from PETA's site.
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Otterlore Featured By Owner Aug 30, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Most of that sounded like a logical argument... except the part where you typed in capslock, saying 'YOU ALL JUST DON'T KNOW WHAT YOU'RE TALKING ABOUT!' Yes, we do. PETA is a wonderful IDEA. But most of the protesters in it go about things in ways that are unethical, especially to the animals they're protesting. One time, members through pigs blood at an animal testing facility. How did killing the pigs help them?
ASPCA all the way.
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RGzer0 Featured By Owner Nov 19, 2010
I'm all for the ethical treatment of animals.

Pets, assistant animals, farms, zoos, animal shelters, and eating meat are NOT unethical.
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Foxx-0 Featured By Owner Jun 23, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I'm sorry, i mean no offense by replying to this, but meat is very unethical. If you really are open minded and you are for the ethical treatment of animals, PLEASE please please watching this video... i'm not attacking, i'm not being childish, i'm not trying to shove my beliefs in your face, but the only way people will get along and find common ground in this world is if we can all agree on things like this, and agree that they need to change: [link]
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whenwolveshowl Featured By Owner May 1, 2013  Hobbyist Artist
-_- who do you think you are, we were bron omniovres our wisdom teeth state it, so d our sharp teeth. Just cause one doesn't like meat doesn't mean they can change the rest of the people. I for one love meat, support hunting, support taxidermy, support aniamls as pets, support the no kill brumbies, support fur farming (only in America no where else and only 2 farmers that I know people who are friends withthem) support killing an animal if it needs to be killed not cause its stuck in a shelter for the OWNERS fault not ehe aniamls fault.
That video pfft who the hell cares you don't like the way that aniam lsi treated simple harvest it yourself you wuss, oh that's right harvesting the animal would be as wrong as putting down over 5,000 animals a year...

all pets deserve to have a chance, and if you say I am a bad person than why the hell do I look after sick and injured wildlife? why is it me and my family look around the animal reserve for sick aniamsl? why does my dad sit outside every night patting the vicous brush tail possum that act as friendlier to him than any other naiaml, he has wild life walking up to him, he supports the same things as me, are we bad people? NO
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Otterlore Featured By Owner Aug 30, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
I know somebody pretty much already said this, but I'm saying it in a different, simpler way. The way Doctor Dolittle says it: When you see a tiger locked in a cage, you can see in its eyes the wish to leave to home, to run wild in the jungles and mountains free.
As for eating meat, it's a thing that humans needed once to survive. Some still do need it. But for the most part, companies waste more animal flesh than is sold, and that is why I personally do not eat meat. I will not allow myself to eat something that was tortured its whole life, then brutally killed and sliced up.
Eating meat is not a problem. The way we raise it is. Humans evolved to eat meat, fruits, vegetables, and so on and so forth. Personally, it does not harm my diet because of all the supplements that our modern world has created.
I respect ones choice to eat meat, if the animal it's from lived a good life. Not a life in a pen, cage, or wallowing in their feces.
As for PETA, it is mostly an abomination. They strive for something that is good and right, but along the way don't notice what choices affect who. PETA's choices are to destroy, but two wrongs don't make a right.
Their dream will never come true if PETA and its protesters continue acting the way they do.
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I-Love-PETA Featured By Owner Aug 23, 2011
Pets, farms and animal shelters aren't unethical, but zoos (Despite their professed concern for animals, zoos can more accurately be described as “collections” of interesting animals than as actual havens or homes. Even under the best of circumstances at the best of zoos, captivity cannot begin to replicate wild animals’ habitats. Animals are often prevented from doing most of the things that are natural and important to them, like running, roaming, flying, climbing, foraging, choosing a partner, and being with others of their own kind. Zoos teach people that it is acceptable to interfere with animals and keep them locked up in captivity, where they are bored, cramped, lonely, deprived of all control over their lives, and far from their natural homes.

Virginia McKenna, who starred in the classic movie Born Free and received an Order of the British Empire in 2003 for her work in behalf of captive animals, says that her participation in Born Free made her realize that “wild animals belonged in the wild, not imprisoned in zoos. … Freedom is a precious concept, and wild animals suffer physically and mentally from the lack of freedom captivity imposes.”) are unethical and eating meat is definitely unethical, have you ever seen how the animals are treated on factory farms???


On today's factory farms, animals are crammed by the thousands into filthy, windowless sheds and confined to wire cages, gestation crates, barren dirt lots, and other cruel confinement systems. These animals will never raise their families, root around in the soil, build nests, or do anything that is natural and important to them. Most won't even feel the sun on their backs or breathe fresh air until the day they are loaded onto trucks bound for slaughter. The green pastures and idyllic barnyard scenes of years past are now distant memories.

The factory farming industry strives to maximize output while minimizing costs—always at the animals' expense. The giant corporations that run most factory farms have found that they can make more money by cramming animals into tiny spaces, even though many of the animals get sick and some die. The industry journal National Hog Farmer explains, "Crowding pigs pays," and egg-industry expert Bernard Rollins writes that "chickens are cheap; cages are expensive."

Cows, calves, pigs, chickens, turkeys, ducks, geese, and other animals live in extremely stressful conditions:

Kept in small cages or jam-packed sheds or on filthy feedlots, often with so little space that they can't even turn around or lie down comfortably
Deprived of exercise so that all their bodies' energy goes toward producing flesh, eggs, or milk for human consumption
Fed drugs to fatten them faster and keep them alive in conditions that could otherwise kill them
Genetically altered to grow faster or to produce much more milk or eggs than they naturally would (many animals become crippled under their own weight and die just inches away from water and food)
When they have finally grown large enough, animals raised for food are crowded onto trucks and transported over many miles through all weather extremes, typically without food or water, to the slaughterhouse. Those who survive this nightmarish journey will have their throats slit, often while they are still conscious. Many remain conscious when they are plunged into the scalding-hot water of the defeathering or hair-removal tanks or while their bodies are being skinned or hacked apart.

You can help end this abuse. Order a copy of PETA's free "Vegetarian/Vegan Starter Kit" for tips and recipes to help you make the transition to an animal-free diet today.

To order a free copy of Meet Your Meat and Glass Walls, email: FreeDVD@peta.org.







And YOU think it's ethical to eat cruelty?

I don't.


Hope For Animals

Hope-For-Animals.yolasite.com
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RGzer0 Featured By Owner Aug 23, 2011
I respect your point of view, and I respect anyone who chooses not to eat animal products. And I appreciate the fact that you are - for the most part - not trying to shove your beliefs on the subject down my throat.

But the fact is you and I are different people with different lifestyles.
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Meercat666 Featured By Owner Jun 6, 2010
I always thought it was "Pricks Engaged in Terrorist Activities".
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Romaniya Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2010
People keep saying PETA is bad. But I just wonder what it is they did to hurt animals?

Do you know?
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Otterlore Featured By Owner Aug 30, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
PETA has done all sorts of wacked things. They've thrown red paint or actual pigs' blood on animal testing facilities. They've dressed up as dead baby seals and lay across the road to protest seal hunting. Most people agree that they go about things the wrong way. They have a good goal, just not a good path.
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I-Love-PETA Featured By Owner Aug 23, 2011
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) is the largest animal rights organization in the world, with more than 2 million members and supporters.

PETA focuses its attention on the four areas in which the largest numbers of animals suffer the most intensely for the longest periods of time: on factory farms, in the clothing trade, in laboratories, and in the entertainment industry. We also work on a variety of other issues, including the cruel killing of beavers, birds, and other "pests" as well as cruelty to domesticated animals.

PETA works through public education, cruelty investigations, research, animal rescue, legislation, special events, celebrity involvement, and protest campaigns.

PETA was founded in 1980 and is dedicated to establishing and defending the rights of all animals. PETA operates under the simple principle that animals are not ours to eat, wear, experiment on, or use for entertainment. PETA educates policymakers and the public about animal abuse and promotes kind treatment of animals. PETA is an international nonprofit charitable organization based in Norfolk, Virginia, with affiliates worldwide.

PETA believes that animals have rights and deserve to have their best interests taken into consideration, regardless of whether they are useful to humans. Like you, they are capable of suffering and have an interest in leading their own lives.

The very heart of all of PETA's actions is the idea that it is the right of all beings—human and nonhuman alike—to be free from harm. Our world is plagued with many serious problems, all of which deserve our attention. Cruelty to animals is one of them. We believe that all people should try to stop animal abuse whenever and wherever they can.

Since 1980, PETA has campaigned to establish a global society in which humans consider the needs of what Henry Beston, noted American writer and naturalist of the mid-20th century, so beautifully called "the other nations." We uphold the rights of individual animals to be respected. For most, that means simply leaving them alone.

PETA focuses its attention on the four areas in which the largest numbers of animals suffer the most intensely for the longest periods of time: on factory farms, in laboratories, in the clothing trade, and in the entertainment industry.

In today's world of virtually unlimited choices, animal exploitation is simply unacceptable. We can eat better, educate ourselves better, clothe ourselves better, and entertain ourselves better without torturing and killing animals.

We have the power to spare animals excruciating pain by making better choices about the food we eat, the things we buy, and the activities we support.




PETA has always been known for uncompromising, unwavering views on animal rights. We aren't afraid to make the difficult comparisons, say the unpopular thing, or point out the uncomfortable truth, if it means that animals will benefit.

PETA's "Uncompromising Stands on Animal Rights" is an overview of what sets PETA apart. Our positions may be controversial, but they are always true to our driving mission: to stop animal abuse worldwide.

Just click a title below to read more about a particular topic, and if you have a question about PETA's position on any animal rights issue, please feel free to ask us!


Almost all of us grew up eating meat, wearing leather, and going to circuses and zoos. We never considered the impact of these actions on the animals involved. For whatever reason, you are now asking the question: Why should animals have rights?

Animals Are Not Ours to Eat
Animals Are Not Ours to Wear
Animals Are Not Ours to Experiment On
Animals Are Not Ours to Use for Entertainment
Animals Are Not Ours to Abuse in Any Way




"Free For All"


PETA is a amazing organization that saves tones of animals. Please don't misunderstand them like all the others.

Hope-For-Animals.yolasite.com
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Three-P Featured By Owner Jul 23, 2013
Giggle If you only knew the truth. They killed over 90% of the animals they rescued. If this was baseball, they'd never get into the Hall of Fame.

You read right. Over 90% of the animals they rescue are euthanized and thrown into dumpsters. How did Ingrid Newkirk, der Fuehr-er, I mean-the President of PETA, explain that hypocrisy? With the quote, "Sometimes, the only kind option for animals is to sleep, forever." If you don't see anything wrong with that, seek help. Seriously.

They also try to manipulate children with evil, lie-filled comic books that will give them nightmares for the rest of their lives. Only a scumbag deserving of a savage beating would do that. And if you're waiting for an apology for me saying what I said against PETA, the wait is over.

I'm sorry.

I should've made these facts public sooner.
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iho-ja-luu Featured By Owner Mar 16, 2010
Well for one thing they always protest against animal shelters because they stay that they kill animals, but alot of the animals that peta saves gets put down at the peta shelters.

Also they say that all products made or developed from animals, which ( if they could decide ) pretty much would do that alot of the medical treatments that are today should be banned.

Also they often relase animals from fur farms or test laps and because the animal is not native to that country, they go out eather to starve or to make a mess in the native food chain, where i come from ( Denmark ) we have problems with minks in the nature and are also starting to have problems with raccoon dogs.

And peta members have also been known to blow up or burn down places where they believe that animal cruelty is going on.

And if you want to take the time you can watch this.

[link] ( there is a link out to the right for the other parts )
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I-Love-PETA Featured By Owner Aug 23, 2011
That is not true, the reason shelters are not always good is because, just read on. In PETA's own words:

Not all animal shelters are the same. Fortunate homeless and unwanted animals end up in the hundreds of open-admission animal shelters that are staffed by professional, caring people.

At these facilities, frightened animals are reassured, sick and injured animals receive treatment or a peaceful end to their suffering, and the animals' living quarters are kept clean and dry. Workers at these facilities never turn away needy animals and give careful consideration to each animal's special emotional and physical needs.

To be able to offer refuge to every animal in need, open-admission shelters must euthanize unadopted and unadoptable animals. The alternative—turning them away—is cruel and leaves the animals in grave danger.

Many less fortunate lost or abandoned animals end up in pitiful shelters that are nothing more than shacks without walls or other protection from the elements, where animals are often left to die from exposure, disease, or fights with other animals.

So-called "no-kill" or "turn-away" shelters have the luxury of not euthanizing animals because they turn away needy ones whom they deem unadoptable. Many keep waiting lists, which compromise animals' safety by leaving them in situations in which they are clearly unwanted. Where do these unwanted animals go? The lucky ones will be taken to clean open-admission facilities that have responsible policies about euthanasia and adoption.

But many animals who are refused by turn-away facilities are dumped on the road, in the woods, in the yard of the local "cat lady" (also called a "hoarder"), or in the custody of some other unscrupulous person. Some don't even make it out of the animal shelter's parking lot.

In June 2005, for example, a Pennsylvania man who tried to surrender his dog to a no-kill shelter was told that he would have to make an appointment to return two weeks later when the facility might have room. The man grabbed his dog, got in his pickup truck, and left. At the next intersection, he threw the dog out of the truck and ran over him, crushing the dog beneath his tires. Shelter workers, who wouldn't help the dog before he died, collected the dog's remains.

Animals who are accepted into no-kill shelters may be warehoused in cages for months, years, or the rest of their lives, becoming more withdrawn, depressed, or aggressive every day—further reducing their chances of adoption. Conditions at some no-kill shelters are criminal.

PETA's undercover investigation at a North Carolina no-kill shelter called All Creatures Great and Small documented that animals were suffering physically and emotionally as a result of ongoing, systematic abuse and neglect. In addition, the investigator observed that dogs, cats, and other animals were frequently left to languish in constant confinement, deprived of veterinary care, and subjected to a multitude of other atrocities.

No shelter that truly cares for animals should ever turn its back on an animal in need, even when that means taking in animals who are diseased, badly injured, aggressive, or elderly. These animals have little to no chance of being adopted or helped by anyone else, but a responsible animal shelter should at least provide them with a painless release from a world that does not want them.

You can help stop the overpopulation crisis that leads to extremely crowded animal shelters. Sign PETA's pledge to end animal homelessness, always have your animal companions spayed or neutered, and never buy an animal from a breeder or pet shop.

Please do not allow your companion animal to be needlessly euthanized during times of crises. Take the appropriate steps now to ensure that he or she is well taken care of even after your divorce or death.
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NightlyTerror Featured By Owner Sep 30, 2011  Student General Artist
Peta adopts animals, that they turn around and KILL.
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Romaniya Featured By Owner Mar 16, 2010
I hear peta also finished off some animals beause they didn't had the space to save them.

I am starting to dislike Peta.

I am sorry, but I don't agee that animals should die for medicines. Their life is just as important to them as yours is to you. What if they would test it on you instead?

And they release animals from fur farms because then the animal is free. It might not survive, but it's better they have a chance than being tortured for fur or other products, which hurts them much more than the survival-try in nature. And then the evil fur farms won't make money with their fur and fill more cages of animals with that money, given by heartless fur wearing people. So in that point I agree with peta, because it's about the animals, not about the money and the humans which mistreat them. As you said yourself, lots of animals released by people who love animals are still alive.

THE ONES to be BLAMED FOR THE LOOSE ANIMALS IN THE WILD WHICH SHOULDN'T BE the animal activiste, but THE FUR FARMERS! THEY IMPORTED ANIMALS WHICH DONT BELONG IN THE COUNTRY FOR THEIR SICK GOALS.

I got permission from PETA to spread their posters in my doujin magazine, but I am not going to do that anymore. Because PETA finished off half of the animals they saved only because of the lack of space.

By the way... you say that peta blew up animal abusers. But if the animal abusers kill millions of animals every day... then why should anyone have respect to THEIR life? Why is it "soooo bad" all of sudden when that animal abuser dies? I mean... those abusers surely didn't had any problems with taking others their lives, so why is their life more than another creature's life? In fact animal abusers like those are serial killers, so why would they deserve to live themselves? Only because they are bigger than a dog? Only because they are human? Bullshit.

And animal organization shouldn't kill animals or hurt them. So yes, I agree that PETA sucks. I'm going to find another animal organization and donate to them instead.
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Shark-the-Shark Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2010
The ASPCA or the Humane Society are good ones
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Romaniya Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2010
Defenatily better than Peta. That's for sure!
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sobercollegekid23 Featured By Owner Dec 31, 2009
While I support and advocate extortion, terror and abuse, PETA just suck.
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DerekAramburu Featured By Owner Nov 9, 2009
I LOVE ANIMALS AND EVERY ONE WHO SPEAKS FOR THEM.
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JohnFaa Featured By Owner May 31, 2010  Student Writer
Even those who commit terrorism?
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XylidineGriffin Featured By Owner Nov 2, 2009  Hobbyist Photographer
I usually let PETA stand for people eating tasty animals, but this works too.
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iho-ja-luu Featured By Owner Nov 2, 2009
heh it's also a good one :D
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