(Article above, last para. PETA)
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals.
People Eating Tasty Animals.
Which do you prefer?
Anyway, that link/article above is a sad story about a man who laid his pup to rest and then committed suicide himself. He seems to have felt sorry that he lived in an apartment because his dog and him were abused and harassed by neighbors.
The dog was his best friend.
It was not a pit bull.
It just had the looks of one.
You hear all these stories about how pit bulls are angry, ugly, vicious, fighting dogs, but they aren't.
It is how they are raised, how people treat them, that make them think that life is all about fighting and snarling.
They are dogs.
All dogs can do that. Not just pit bulls.
But does PETA understand that?
What they are doing is like sending a homeless adult or child away from your door! They need your help!
But instead, you kill them or turn them away.
Oh wait, you killed them.
Not turn them away.
And not only do they kill pit bulls, but how many animals in their shelters are actually adopted, not killed??
(The following articles/websites conclude this post)
Not to sound angry, but I am. PETA lies.
They are not our animals saviors.
Or at least, in one of the most important places.
Did they sign with Obama to send wild horses to slaughter houses?
Just dump your unwanted horses starving on the back of a truck to be killed in Mexico for the little bits of meat they have.
But even before that, they are shoved into corrals and can just barely squeeze against the other horse-bodies next to them for breath.
That is where PETA needs to be.
With animals that really do need help.
Does anyone have the app that counts the number of animals killed every minute or so?
Why would you want that?
That is so disturbed!
I've been believing in something so distant
As if I was human
And I've been denying this feeling of hopelessness
In me, in me
All the promises I made
I have nothing left
We've been falling for all this time