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(State of Virginia)   PETA - Proudly Euthanizing Thousands of Animals   (vi.virginia.gov) divider line 297
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2013-03-21 03:45:29 AM
Mostly cats, to look on the bright side.
 
2013-03-21 08:02:04 AM
What?  Did you expect them to do something humane like care for them?  That would get in the way of making money for PETA!
 
2013-03-21 08:19:37 AM
Yeah, they're hypocrites...what else is new?
 
2013-03-21 08:41:25 AM
At least no poultry was harmed
 
2013-03-21 08:42:53 AM
I don't get it. What am I looking at?
 
2013-03-21 08:43:06 AM
i.imgur.com
 
2013-03-21 08:43:49 AM

karnal: At least no poultry was harmed


I sense a biasis against non-edible animals on PETA's part.
 
2013-03-21 08:43:59 AM
Yeah, they should keep them in small cages for the rest of their natural lives, that would be the ethical and humane choice, right?

Euthanasia in these circumstances is the ethical and humane choice.  If you don't agree, then go get yourself 10 cats and a few dogs to help out.
 
2013-03-21 08:44:32 AM
1675 deaths on your hands, petards.
 
2013-03-21 08:44:32 AM
Wildlife Received and Disposition information:  Euthanized: 72

WTF? They're euthanizing wildlife too?
=Smidge=
 
2013-03-21 08:44:56 AM

KawaiiNot: karnal: At least no poultry was harmed

I sense a biasis against non-edible animals on PETA's part.


There are non-edible animals?
 
2013-03-21 08:46:33 AM
Well, I assume at least nobody ate them after they were pumped full of death chemicals?  Everybody listen to Bob Barker and get your pets fixed.  Kill shelters suck, but I understand the necessity.
 
2013-03-21 08:46:35 AM
 
2013-03-21 08:46:52 AM
1045 cats euthanized, well that's a good start at least, but they're really going to have to step it up if they're going to solve the problem.
 
2013-03-21 08:47:05 AM
Do as they say, not as they do.
OMG YOU'RE WEARING FUR, I'M THROWING BLOOD ON YOU!!!!*

*as soon as I kill about 50 dogs today
 
2013-03-21 08:47:11 AM
I'm okay with this. If people would properly spay and neuter their pets, the stray animal population would be a non-issue and people wouldn't end up with litters they didn't want.

Euthanizing the animals may be sad, but the reason for their deaths is because people don't care enough to have a simple procedure carried out on their pets.

It's far better these animals are put down quietly and humanely than to have them die of starvation, used as practice targets, run over by cars, poisoned, or mauled by other animals.
 
2013-03-21 08:47:27 AM
This is not news. Ask anyone who lives in the Hampton Roads VA area what they think about all the times PeTA has been caught putting dead pets in dumpsters.

 And I predict that, like usual this will just go down the memory hole, and PeTA will just keep on marching smartly forward. Once you reach a certain rarefied level of political correctness, you really ARE above and beyond any and all criticism or questioning.
 
2013-03-21 08:47:33 AM
Fur is murder.
 
2013-03-21 08:47:42 AM

Smidge204: Wildlife Received and Disposition information:  Euthanized: 72

WTF? They're euthanizing wildlife too?


This made me do a WTF take too... I can understand cats, everyone hates cats, but random racoons/deer/squirrels.... that's just wrong...

 
2013-03-21 08:48:08 AM

Smidge204: Wildlife Received and Disposition information:  Euthanized: 72

WTF? They're euthanizing wildlife too?
=Smidge=


I'd think that if wildlife let you get them, they're halfway to gone, man.

/That being said, I'd love for them to address these statistics.
//Member of People for the Ethical Treatment of Afghan-Hounds.
 
2013-03-21 08:48:16 AM
I forgot the link

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=inFtOMx8nDU  Skip to the 26 minute mark about what was revealed on the Penn and Teller BullShiat PETA episode..
 
2013-03-21 08:48:19 AM

notto: Yeah, they should keep them in small cages for the rest of their natural lives, that would be the ethical and humane choice, right?

Euthanasia in these circumstances is the ethical and humane choice.  If you don't agree, then go get yourself 10 cats and a few dogs to help out.


Pretty sure with a budget of 36 million, they could afford decent living accommodations for a few thousand cats and dogs
 
2013-03-21 08:49:59 AM

notto: Yeah, they should keep them in small cages for the rest of their natural lives, that would be the ethical and humane choice, right?

Euthanasia in these circumstances is the ethical and humane choice.  If you don't agree, then go get yourself 10 cats and a few dogs to help out.


Hey everyone! Point and laugh at the idiot who's white knighting PETA!!!
 
2013-03-21 08:51:24 AM
PETA sucks but this argument is stupid.
 
2013-03-21 08:52:02 AM

AverageAmericanGuy: If people would properly spay and neuter their pets

the pet population would dwindle down to zero with no viable mating pairs...

 
2013-03-21 08:52:40 AM
This is like one of those Fox News headlines about how Obama's policies will harm working class people.
 
2013-03-21 08:52:47 AM

flup: I don't get it. What am I looking at?


Adoption versus euthanasia statistics for animals that the Virginian chapter of PETA takes in.
 
2013-03-21 08:52:58 AM
Instead of euthanizing them, we should just eat them.

Win/win.
 
2013-03-21 08:53:24 AM

notto: Yeah, they should keep them in small cages for the rest of their natural lives, that would be the ethical and humane choice, right?

Euthanasia in these circumstances is the ethical and humane choice.  If you don't agree, then go get yourself 10 cats and a few dogs to help out.


www.holocaustresearchproject.org
So you're saying this is PETA's final solution?
 
2013-03-21 08:56:30 AM

phrawgh: notto: Yeah, they should keep them in small cages for the rest of their natural lives, that would be the ethical and humane choice, right?

Euthanasia in these circumstances is the ethical and humane choice.  If you don't agree, then go get yourself 10 cats and a few dogs to help out.

[www.holocaustresearchproject.org image 512x406]
So you're saying this is PETA's final solution?


You are more than welcome to go free the animals and take on their care if you disagree with their decision.  They will even carry them to your car.  See the difference?
 
2013-03-21 08:56:50 AM
National humane organizations have a problem: Either they are the ones like PETA that operate and support animal shelters, which inevitably results in euthanasia for homeless animals that can not be placed with new owners and complaints that they are wasting money with any political work they do, or like the Humane Society of the United States they are organized for advocacy work and run no shelters - which results in complaints they are illegitimate or hypocritical as a humane organization because they run no animal shelters.

Damned if they do, damned if they don't.
 
2013-03-21 08:57:23 AM
Some people just can't wrap their head around the meaning of "Ethical" I guess.

And by some people I mean some  blithering Fark dimwits.
 
2013-03-21 08:57:53 AM

pkrzycki: AverageAmericanGuy: If people would properly spay and neuter their pets

the pet population would dwindle down to zero with no viable mating pairs...


I'm okay with this. Enslavement of animals as "pets" is pretty sick on the face of it.
 
2013-03-21 08:57:57 AM

heywood-jablome: [i.imgur.com image 300x300]


They took in 1877 animals and euthanized 1675.  That is 89.24% KILLED by PETA.
The coont that runs PETA is a giant farking hypocrite.
 
2013-03-21 08:59:26 AM
I'm going to find a place where they're euthanizing animals close to my house, rummage around in their dumpsters, and make clothes with  the fur from animals they've euthanized.
 That way no animals are killed specifically for their fur.  The animals that are killed don't go to waste.  And since my clothes are made locally, rather than arriving in shipping containers from Asia, I'll be reducing carbon emissions as well as striking a blow to sweat shops and chid labor.  I'll be the greenest muther effer on the block.
 
2013-03-21 08:59:41 AM
the'ere a buncha militant jackasses
we already knew this
they kill thousands of the animals they anthropomorphize into people
many of us already knew that, also
does that make them murderers to their own kind of idiot bipeds?
 
2013-03-21 09:00:39 AM

karmaceutical: Some people just can't wrap their head around the meaning of "Ethical" I guess.

And by some people I mean some  blithering Fark dimwits.


The PETA morons are indefensible. They protest, quite loudly in fact, that killing animals is wrong for ANY reason, yet they euthanize animals for the same damn reasons the pet shelters they protest. The reason is because it is the only humane thing to do.
 
2013-03-21 09:00:53 AM

AverageAmericanGuy: pkrzycki: AverageAmericanGuy: If people would properly spay and neuter their pets

the pet population would dwindle down to zero with no viable mating pairs...

I'm okay with this. Enslavement of animals as "pets" is pretty sick on the face of it.


But if you take away my cats, who will mine my salt and pick my cotton?
 
2013-03-21 09:01:30 AM

notto: Yeah, they should keep them in small cages for the rest of their natural lives, that would be the ethical and humane choice, right?

Euthanasia in these circumstances is the ethical and humane choice.  If you don't agree, then go get yourself 10 cats and a few dogs to help out.


From the link, PETA Virginia's stats: 1,877 animals taken in, 1,675 euthanized, about 90%

Looking at the same source, for all humane societies (including PETA): 10,143 animals taken in, 2,519 euthanized, about 25%

That means that for non-PETA humane societies in Virginia, you're looking at 8,266 animals taken in and 844 animals euthanized, about 10%.

Why does PETA have a 90% euthanasia rate while the rest of the humane societies in Virginia combine for a 10% rate?
 
2013-03-21 09:02:52 AM

meanmutton: notto: Yeah, they should keep them in small cages for the rest of their natural lives, that would be the ethical and humane choice, right?

Euthanasia in these circumstances is the ethical and humane choice.  If you don't agree, then go get yourself 10 cats and a few dogs to help out.

From the link, PETA Virginia's stats: 1,877 animals taken in, 1,675 euthanized, about 90%

Looking at the same source, for all humane societies (including PETA): 10,143 animals taken in, 2,519 euthanized, about 25%

That means that for non-PETA humane societies in Virginia, you're looking at 8,266 animals taken in and 844 animals euthanized, about 10%.

Why does PETA have a 90% euthanasia rate while the rest of the humane societies in Virginia combine for a 10% rate?


Because they would rather paint some twat green and parade her around downtown Seattle.
 
2013-03-21 09:02:58 AM

Louisiana_Sitar_Club: I'm going to find a place where they're euthanizing animals close to my house, rummage around in their dumpsters, and make clothes with  the fur from animals they've euthanized.
 That way no animals are killed specifically for their fur.  The animals that are killed don't go to waste.  And since my clothes are made locally, rather than arriving in shipping containers from Asia, I'll be reducing carbon emissions as well as striking a blow to sweat shops and chid labor.  I'll be the greenest muther effer on the block.


Generally the incinerate the corpses so they don't spread disease.

Plus the chemicals you would need to use to stabilize the skins would make you decide that this was a bad idea very quickly.
 
2013-03-21 09:02:58 AM
I've heard that Ingrid Newkirk personally attends every euthanation and masturbates to the sounds of crying kittens.
 
2013-03-21 09:03:33 AM

SwiftFox: National humane organizations have a problem: Either they are the ones like PETA that operate and support animal shelters, which inevitably results in euthanasia for homeless animals that can not be placed with new owners and complaints that they are wasting money with any political work they do, or like the Humane Society of the United States they are organized for advocacy work and run no shelters - which results in complaints they are illegitimate or hypocritical as a humane organization because they run no animal shelters.

Damned if they do, damned if they don't.


PETA doesn't behave like regular animal shelters.  They don't make any effort to place animals; they just euthanize them.  If you want to look at how shelters  should operate, the local chapters of the Humane Society tend to be very good examples.
 
2013-03-21 09:03:45 AM
I've heard of No-kill shelters, but these guys seem to run Kill-Kill shelters.

/Fark Peta with a rusty nail
 
2013-03-21 09:04:27 AM

DeathCipris: karmaceutical: Some people just can't wrap their head around the meaning of "Ethical" I guess.

And by some people I mean some  blithering Fark dimwits.

The PETA morons are indefensible. They protest, quite loudly in fact, that killing animals is wrong for ANY reason, yet they euthanize animals for the same damn reasons the pet shelters they protest. The reason is because it is the only humane thing to do.


No, they don't.  They euthanize at a VASTLY, indefensibly higher rate than any legitimate shelter.
 
2013-03-21 09:04:37 AM
Now, if they took all those dead cats and made a couple of coats out of them, would that be wrong??
 
2013-03-21 09:06:08 AM

cynicalbastard: KawaiiNot: karnal: At least no poultry was harmed

I sense a biasis against non-edible animals on PETA's part.

There are non-edible animals?


www.eonline.com
 
2013-03-21 09:06:22 AM

notto: phrawgh: notto: Yeah, they should keep them in small cages for the rest of their natural lives, that would be the ethical and humane choice, right?

Euthanasia in these circumstances is the ethical and humane choice.  If you don't agree, then go get yourself 10 cats and a few dogs to help out.

[www.holocaustresearchproject.org image 512x406]
So you're saying this is PETA's final solution?

You are more than welcome to go free the animals and take on their care if you disagree with their decision.  They will even carry them to your car.  See the difference?


I never once saw a film with NAZI's commenting on it being their, and everyone's, duty to safeguard Jews and to not use Jew derived products (even while doing so).

Yes I do
 
2013-03-21 09:06:23 AM
This is old news. PETA is a bunch of raging hypocrites that has stated it's bad to use animal derived medicine while they have insulin dependent VIPs. They've also stated that it'd be better for all pets to be dead than in the hands of caring owners.
 
2013-03-21 09:06:51 AM

meanmutton: DeathCipris: karmaceutical: Some people just can't wrap their head around the meaning of "Ethical" I guess.

And by some people I mean some  blithering Fark dimwits.

The PETA morons are indefensible. They protest, quite loudly in fact, that killing animals is wrong for ANY reason, yet they euthanize animals for the same damn reasons the pet shelters they protest. The reason is because it is the only humane thing to do.

No, they don't.  They euthanize at a VASTLY, indefensibly higher rate than any legitimate shelter.


Agreed on that. 89.24% euthanized is WAY too high. I have actually brought up this to some PETA idiot before (I live near the shiathole that is that PETA HQ). They said the numbers were "exaggerated" and "not representative of the actual number adopted out."
Bullshiat.
 
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