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  • Profile photo of Sara-W

    Over a year ago

    Hey @PannaBear,

    Thanks for your support and for helping animals! There is a lot of misinformation and sensationalism in that article you were sent.

    PETA puts all the adoptable animals we can into open admission shelters. Please check out this great article that was recently posted for more info: http://huff.to/YcZZph

    Thanks again and please e-mail us at peta2@peta2.com if you have any other questions or concerns. :)

    ~Sara from peta2

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  • Profile photo of azlenchu

    Over a year ago

    I too saw this. Here is the deal. ANYONE could have faked these photos. One, the animals could actually be alive but appear to be dead. Two, somewhere in the article it states that the animal count at PETA was “few to none”. If this is so: where in the world are all the pictures of the live animals from? If anyone knows about sneaking onto a premises and getting undercover evidence, it is PETA and other animal rights groups. If PETA were doing these terrible things: wouldn’t they try harder to hide it?? I don’t believe it myself. But people are entitled to their own opinions. The articles says “Seeing is believing.” I think people should believe it once they see it in person, not on the internet.

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  • Profile photo of hakred

    Over a year ago

    @PannaBear, hey! Have you seen this yet?

    http://www.peta2.com/blog/petas-euthanasia-numbers/

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  • Profile photo of Meggy123

    Over a year ago

    Here is the response from PETA http://features.peta.org/petasaves/

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  • Profile photo of PannaBear

    Over a year ago

    this article has me really confused in my beliefs and my faith in peta. this worrys me greatly, i greatly hope that this article is entirely false.

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