Animal Cruelty
Follow
Find
7 views | +0 today
Rescooped by Amber Walencis from The Indigenous Uprising of the British Isles
onto Animal Cruelty
Scoop.it!

Shocking photos show reality of PETA animal homes

Shocking photos show reality of PETA animal homes | Animal Cruelty | Scoop.it
The shocking picture of garbage bags filled with dead cats has marked a gruesome pattern of alleged animal cruelty at an organization dedicated to helping them.

Via Infidel Patriot
Amber Walencis's insight:

don't trust peta

more...
Avery's curator insight, April 9, 2013 11:31 AM

My Thoughts:

I can understand killing animals with serious illnesses or who are so distempered as to be certifiably unadoptable, even proclaimed 'no-kill' shelters do that. But those cats were seemingly healthy. Even if they were feral, PETA offers free spays/neuters, so why not just sterilize them and sned them on their way instead of this? And really, garbage bags? And the statistics for animals that come into the shelter and are killed vs those who aren't, even if the numbers were somehow miscounted, are ridiculous. Of course, the spokesperson was right, if you want to have less animal deaths, then you'll have to have less pet overpopulation. And for that, people need to not be lazy about getting their pets 'fixed.' ...But even so, what the hell, PETA...

Your new post is loading...
Rescooped by Amber Walencis from The Indigenous Uprising of the British Isles
Scoop.it!

Shocking photos show reality of PETA animal homes

Shocking photos show reality of PETA animal homes | Animal Cruelty | Scoop.it
The shocking picture of garbage bags filled with dead cats has marked a gruesome pattern of alleged animal cruelty at an organization dedicated to helping them.

Via Infidel Patriot
Amber Walencis's insight:

don't trust peta

more...
Avery's curator insight, April 9, 2013 11:31 AM

My Thoughts:

I can understand killing animals with serious illnesses or who are so distempered as to be certifiably unadoptable, even proclaimed 'no-kill' shelters do that. But those cats were seemingly healthy. Even if they were feral, PETA offers free spays/neuters, so why not just sterilize them and sned them on their way instead of this? And really, garbage bags? And the statistics for animals that come into the shelter and are killed vs those who aren't, even if the numbers were somehow miscounted, are ridiculous. Of course, the spokesperson was right, if you want to have less animal deaths, then you'll have to have less pet overpopulation. And for that, people need to not be lazy about getting their pets 'fixed.' ...But even so, what the hell, PETA...

Rescooped by Amber Walencis from The Peoples News
Scoop.it!

Tennessee: Expose Animal Cruelty Now! - The Humane Society of the United States

Tennessee: Expose Animal Cruelty Now! - The Humane Society of the United States | Animal Cruelty | Scoop.it
American consumers have a right to know when animal cruelty is exposed on farms, and a dangerous bill in Tennessee would thwart efforts to build strong, winnable cases to protect farm animals through undercover operations.

Via Lon Hope
more...
No comment yet.
Rescooped by Amber Walencis from Cayo Scoop! Bestofcayo.com's E-mag.
Scoop.it!

ACES represents Belize in the Animal Planet Series

ACES represents Belize in the Animal Planet Series | Animal Cruelty | Scoop.it

Kudos to ACES!  They are representing Belize in the Animal Planet series.

 

"The footage will be used for an episode on Wildlife SOS a Discovery Channel series that is now in its 15th year and 10th series. The popular series focuses on capturing the most challenging situations that wildlife rehabbers face around the world, including animal cruelty, illegal captivity, habitat destruction, and the illegal poaching and sale of protected animals and their parts. The renowned program is regarded as one of the longest-running animal rescue TV series."


Via Best of Cayo
more...
No comment yet.