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Like I said, I dont doubt the euthanasia figures completely, just question the reasoning behind PETA being targeted.
They aren't the only ones to have a high euthanasia rate...
Take for example Tazewell County Animal Control and Pound Facility, out of 2543 animals taken in, 1938 were euthanized.
Anyway, take a look at this Center for Consumer Freedoms if you get the chance, I've only had a fleeting look myself and am a bit limited being on my phone at the moment, but I think it's worth digging in to see what their agenda is and who finances them (tobacco companies, Monsato to name a few).
I could be wrong but my gut says I'm not.
reply to post by Amanda5
Of course PETA is going to euthanise animals they cannot care for every single stray/unwanted/abandoned animal. It is a sad day when thousands of animals have to die because they had no home in which to belong - blaming PETA is just misplaced anger - the real problem is uncaring humans who dump animals and who take on the responsibility of an animal without having them neutered.