Thursday, September 22, 2005

PETA Go To Hell!

This has nearly made me jump out of my skin...

PETA is demanding that Louisiana's Attorney General charge LSU with animal abandonment! You slimy little pieces of crap. Where the hell have you been in all of this. I haven't seen any of y'all down here rescuing animals. Hypocritcal sons and daughters of bitches!

GO TO HELL! Take your quasi political agenda the heck out of my state or come on down and save some pets - but don't let me run into you because I'll ram a goddamned turducken down your rat bastard throats.



Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm an animal lover, but I've always hated PETA.

On a better, on topic note, I expect to be receiving one or two foster dogs next week. Some people from NYC are flying down and driving back with up to 20 dogs to foster or place. It's not much, but every little bit helps.

BTW - I've been following your blog for quite awhile. I like people who are well grounded. Give 'em hell!


7:49 PM, September 22, 2005  
Anonymous Sunny~ said...


Colorfully sincere, dear sir!

Hmmm...wonder what happened to all those campus PETA 'perfectionist/protectionists' when the waters began rising as high as an elephants eye? Think they saved their skins rather than fin and fur? SHAME on them!

Well they'll certainly ruffle some FEATHERS with this piece of...what did you call it? Politi-crap? :)

Continued kudos to you that have acted with your hearts and battered bods, not just your mouths.

12:18 AM, September 23, 2005  
Blogger WillowLu said...

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3:11 AM, September 23, 2005  
Blogger WillowLu said...

Yep. PETA is flawed. Seriously flawed. But just like the 20 dogs Guy mentions above, every little bit helps. LSU reamed those 8,000 lab animals leaving them to suffer & die in their cages and if PETA's political agenda absorbs the cause an publicizes it, it qualifies as a little bit of help in my book.

If you're looking for a dose of aggro about what was not done by the "real" rescuers who were charged with all the fat donations to rescue, check Eric's latest blog entry regarding the Humane Society and how they didn't release the owner call in list of pets left behind (B&E authorizations, etc.) until Thursday, Sept. 22!:

Eric's Dog Blog: More News Before the Next Storm

"HSUS finally, after weeks, has delivered the list of owner call ins – rumored to be over 18,000. HSUS will have lots of explaining to do. This is the first time this list has been touched and it’s still only a rumor that they have it out to rescuers. Let’s hope it’s true. HSUS is virtually a database marketing company. How could they set up an entire call center, promote that center as the place to call and then drop that list?! They should have been able to massage that list and had it out into the field right away. Have they heard of technology? I personally told them about this the second day I was here. I won’t say who it was but she was high up. A simple database scrub/analysis and mapping software could have had that list in the filed to rescuers much more quickly. If they are still having problems with this list then they need to get a professional database person on it immediately."

Best of luck down there...and...F--- Rita. ~ Jennifer

3:15 AM, September 23, 2005  
Blogger Jackie R. said...

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3:19 AM, September 23, 2005  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

you really don't want PETA down there "rescuing" pets! Haven't you heard about them getting adoptable animals from the animal shelters in North Carolina (so that they could find them homes in Virginia), euthanizing them in their van almost immediately, then dumping them in dumpsters? (The PETA president acknowledged that dumping them in dumpsters was against PETA policy. What about the killing?!?) To read the article that talks about it, followed by thought provoking discussion, go to

Good luck to Kelsey and co., and best wishes for riding out Rita!

8:07 AM, September 23, 2005  
Blogger TAG said...

I am just plain old disgusted with national organizations in general... I'm currently working on a rant regarding. I don't know if it's the tension from Rita, but I am so sincerely non-plussed at many things right now...

10:31 AM, September 23, 2005  
Blogger Jackie R. said...

Ok, that makes sense based on the stories I've been hearing! Press on! Praying for you all down there.

11:22 AM, September 23, 2005  
Anonymous Linda Caillouet, LR, Ark. said...


12:23 PM, September 23, 2005  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The article on PETA shows that they aren't doing anything but opening there mouths and trying to further their own political agenda. Should LSU be responsible for the mistreatment of those animals? Hell yes! Do I want PETA involved in any way? NO They are out there for themselves. They aren't helping, just complaining. I'm surprised they aren't applauding Hurricane Katrina for setting so many animals free.

3:04 PM, September 23, 2005  
Blogger Meredith said...

My best friend works for a major producer of animal vaccines. Her particular job is in QC. It's a reputible company which creates vaccines that keep animals safe and healthy. PETA has tried to bomb them on several occations. WHAT THE HELL?!?

Yes, PETA is an evil organization. I'm surprised that the critters haven't ripped them all to shreds. That would be poetic justice, no?

9:51 PM, September 23, 2005  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I have strict rules for my donations to good causes.

First and foremost, said good cause cannot be pushing _any_ politcal agenda. I see PETA as nothing more than a vicious organisation with a vitrolic political agenda. There are other, much better ways, IMHO, to accomplish the ends PETA purports to pursue.

Secondly, at least 95% of all donated funds _must_ go to said good cause. This, of course, lets out most other causes.

Generally, I donate time, money and materials to local animal shelters and a to few other charities which meet my qualifications.

I have a serious problem with hypocrites like PETA who take for themselves as part of their name the word 'Ethical' and then use their goals as justification for illegal, ammoral and unethical acts. That's no better than the Spanish Inquisition using torture to extort confessions from halpess and helpless individuals for the sake of their 'souls'. No different at all.

I feel the same way about anyone who wraps themselves up in the flag as justification for anything, anyone who slanders and smears another to dodge accusations of wrong doing etc. I'm sure y'all can think of many people who belong in these and similar categories.

-hehe- Obviously, I don't have much use for politians, lawyers, stock brokers, fund managers, PETA, PBAs {yes, PBAs too. Here in Jersey, there's not a single PBA that uses more than 80% of donated funds for they respective causes. Most use significantly less. Like about 40%. We've even had several years where a few local PBAs consumed 100% of donated funds for 'administrative' expenses.} and so forth.


10:08 PM, September 23, 2005  
Anonymous chaoticgoodnik said...

I don't like PETA (and I'm a vegetarian!), but they were apparently in NOLA breaking into folks' houses and getting animals out. has a link to some audio recordings from PETA volunteers.

7:37 AM, September 24, 2005  
Blogger CatahoulaLady said...

I have volunteered at Lamar-Dixon in Gonzales,working to clean crates,walk dog's,feed,water,and just love on the animals they have there. There were,before Rita over 2000 animals there. I did see 2 PETA people ,where they working with the animals? NO,they were sitting and talking. Not once when I was there did I see them helping out with the animals. If PETA is an animal group,shouldn't they be helping to take care of the animals at Lamar_Dixon or LSU in Baton Rouge? In my opinion PETA is useless!!!!

7:13 PM, September 24, 2005  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Now why would do something like that and ruin a perfectly good turducken? A rotten fish would do the trick just as well.

1:39 PM, September 25, 2005  
Blogger _ said...

I saw lots of PETA people out doing rescues - or at least people wearing PETA shirts.

10:17 AM, September 26, 2005  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Although I don't always agree with PETA, they were doing many rescues and had triage sites set up. They do more good than least they are out there.

2:32 PM, September 27, 2005  

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