Tuesday, November 18, 2014

PETA activists steal dog from family's porch and kill it.

So over in Virginia's eastern shore last month, a family's Chihuahua disappeared. A check of the family's video system showed two women running up on the porch, grabbing the dog, and driving away with it in a van marked PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals--a lunatic-fringe group that claims that all animals are the equal of any human). Three days later, two women from PETA show up on the family's doorstep with a fruit basket and tell them that their dog was euthanized. They never explained why or offered an excuse for going onto the family's porch to take their dog.

Man claims PETA stole, killed family pet.

The sheriff brought criminal charges against the pair, but the county prosecutor refused to go forward with the case, so the two women who stole the dog--and the organization that they work for--are apparently off the hook. Meanwhile, this family is without their dog and their daughter is without her companion. But hey--they got a nice fruit basket out of the deal, right?

PETA accused of snatching a pet dog from family's front yard, driving it away and then KILLING it - before returning with a fruit basket to apologize

Now in fairness, there are two sides to every issue, but PETA's continued refusal to give their side strongly suggests that even they know that what they did was seriously wrong.

Hey PETA loons...if you come by here, there are often two docile, cuddly dogs out on the front deck just waiting for someone to come and steal them and kill them. Stop by any time, and if the black one in particular acts like he's about to rip your face off, he's just goofing you. Pay no mind and walk right up on the deck, move the gate, and reach out to the nice, trusting stealable dogs. I'll be around later to tell anyone looking for you that you were never here.

You see, there's a name out in rural America for people who get caught going on other people's property to commit crimes or to impose liberalism on the unwilling...we call them "missing persons".

Like the song says:

Once two strangers climbed old Rocky Top,
looking for a moonshine still dogs to steal and kill.
Strangers ain't come down from Rocky Top,
reckon they never will.


Oh--and the rest of the PETA loons wouldn't be much safer in their office building after a stunt like that, and that's a fact.

3 comments:

  1. That makes no sense at all. Maybe those two are just crack heads or something of that nature.

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  2. You keep saying PETA LOONS.
    Word-to-the-wise, that's a redundancy!

    gfa

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  3. The whole loony bunch needs locked away for the good of decent people

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