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Two Kittens, One Puppy, Two Dogs — All Killed by PETA the Same Day As Maya. THIS is SOP.

Lately I’ve been enjoying my life getting back to what I consider to be normal — still working on trying to get the truth out about PETA, and advocating about this to our elected representatives, as well as working on some other things I’m hoping will help shed light on PETA. But mostly just going about my daily business. My dad is here visiting so our family took a long weekend to beautiful Lake Yajoa, on Friday we leave for another long weekend, on the Caribbean coast of Honduras, at the end of March we are undertaking a grand adventure to the Guatemalan ruins of Tikal. Planning these trips, dedicating myself to my running streak, enjoying our family, and making sure our home is humming along smoothly have taken up most of my time, and I’ve very much enjoyed that because it’s what I love to do.

But I came across this information and it was shocking. Well, not shocking for me because I know it’s SOP for PETA. But I’m hoping it’s shocking for others in the sense that people will see what PETA really does, what they will continue to do unless they are stopped.

Maya Wasn’t The Only Animal PETA Killed That Day:

Records from VDACS show that at least two kittens, one puppy, and two other dogs were also killed

These are not things invented by PETA detractors, these are from PETA’s own records, records they submitted to the state of Virginia. They can be seen here. Animals killed that day include:

• Two four month old kittens
• A six month old puppy
• A one year old Lab-mix
• Another Chihuahua

Why were these animals killed? Are we supposed to believe that two four month old kittens and a six month old puppy were so sick, or otherwise unadoptable, that PETA had no options but to kill them? Since their surrender/intake forms are so lacking in information (seriously, these are pathetic intake forms — no details about the animals, no details about why the animals were surrendered or why a decision was made to kill them) we can only make guesses about why they were killed. My own belief is that PETA intentionally keeps their records bare bones because the less information provided about the conditions of animals, and the reasons for surrender, the harder it is to prove that they are killing healthy, adoptable animals. But those of us who know the truth about how PETA operates CAP know they were killed because that is SOP — regardless of the condition of the animal, regardless of the adoptability of the animal, regardless of the reason for surrender.

It absolutely pains me that so many animal lovers and advocates still do not see the truth about PETA. The only way the killing of adoptable animals by PETA will be stopped is for that to change. We need more ex-employees to come forward, we need people with firsthand knowledge of PETA SOP to speak the truth about them. When enough of us are shining light on this it will no longer be ignored, lies will no longer be believed, and adoptable animals who deserve a chance to live will no longer be killed in alarming numbers. We’ve got  to do this, I am begging others to come forward, together we can stop the killing.

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10 thoughts on “Two Kittens, One Puppy, Two Dogs — All Killed by PETA the Same Day As Maya. THIS is SOP.

  1. Ann Swinson on said:

    I don’t know what to think. I’m horrified by PETA’s actions and don’t doubt you for a minute but they seem to do such wonderful work when it comes to other issues. such as: the dog and cat meat and fur trade in China, the situation with down feathers, foie gras, the wool industry, pigs in gestation crates etc.

    I’m assuming that they do all of these things to promote donations but I don’t care how the job gets done, as long as it does. Well within reason. But the fact that they are killing dogs and cats on a regular basis, I would love to put them out of business, to continue to spread the word on how terrible they are but it’s a catch 22. They should be brought up on charges and put out of business for their actions but then who will work on behalf of the other animals.

    Is there another group or are there people that could take over in PETA, that will run it right?

    This has really thrown me for a loop.

    • Hi Ann, I don’t think it’s an either/or situation. They can continue to do the work that PETA does, as one of the largest animal right’s groups, and cease to kill animals. They can continue on with CAP, and I hope very much that they do because CAP does vital work in Hampton Roads and beyond. None of this would be impacted by them no longer running a shelter, or no longer being able to legally obtain drugs for the purposes of killing or euthanasia. In my opinion, the killing of healthy, adoptable animals, and the lies that are told in order for that killing to continue, is a weight around the neck of CAP — an otherwise effective program.

  2. How can they really think this is ok? They are not for rescuing animals they are out to control population. They are in business to kill just so they can do what? I dont understand how they continue to get volunteers to go and do this?

    • I think the volunteers are probably either true believers or doing field work exclusively (delivering dog houses, answering the emergency beeper, etc.). They’re not the ones stealing animals or promising to find homes for animals and then turning around and killing them in the same breath.

      • SB 1381 was approved by the governor

      • SB 1381 was approved by the governor-To take effect this July. Thanks you to Heather & all Virginians that advocated for this bill!

      • Now that SB 1381 was signed by the governor, the next step is getting VDACS to enforce it & will likely involve an additional fight and potentially, litigation. Already, VDACS is stalling, claiming—in typically bureaucratic fashion—that it may take two years to issue regulations for SB 1381. Please visit Nathan Winograd’s Face book page.

  3. Now that SB 1381 was signed by the governor, the next step is getting VDACS to enforce it & will likely involve an additional fight and potentially, litigation. Already, VDACS is stalling, claiming—in typically bureaucratic fashion—that it may take two years to issue regulations for SB 1381. Please visit Nathan Winograd’s Face book page for further details.

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