Tuesday, February 28, 2012

PETA KILLS 95% of Adoptable Animals in 2011

People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) killed 95% of the adoptable animals at their Virginia headquarters last year; in other words out of 2050 animals 1965 were euthanized (28 animals were adopted and 31 transferred to other facilities).

According to Center for Consumer Freedom (CCF) Senior Research Analyst J. Justin Wilson, the majority of these animals were held less than 24 hours before being killed, giving few people the chance to adopt these animals.

PETA has published guidelines for running a humane shelter. Discovered by the Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services during an inspection in 2010, 84% of all animals in their shelters were killed within 24 hours. PETA doesn’t meet the established, published guidelines on humane treatment that PETA created!

Learn where their donations exceeding 30 millions dollars went! PETA KILLS 95% of Adoptable Animals in 2011

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