According to public records from the Virginia Department of Ag and Consumer Services, a total of 21,339 dogs and cats have been euthanized since 1998 by People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) workers. In fact, last year, PETA killed 2,124 pets and placed only seven in adoptive homes. It’s for that reason that the Center for Consumer Freedom (CCF) has petitioned the Commonwealth of Virginia to classify PETA as a slaughterhouse. You can read the article.

“PETA has a $32-million annual budget. But instead of investing in the lives of the thousands of flesh and blood creatures in its care, the group spends millions on media campaigns telling Americans that eating meat, drinking milk, fishing, hunting, wearing leather shoes, and benefiting from medical research performed on lab rats are all ‘unethical’,” CCF says.

You can read more about PETA in “PETA’s Two Faces at: www.damnynke.com/PETAAnd if you go to www.consumerfreedom.com/, you can also sign a petition for the U.S. government to rescind PETA’s tax-exempt status.