There’s a difference between running a sane, euthanizing shelter (that at least attempts to find homes for animals) and doing what PETA was (maybe still is? I haven’t looked into it in years) doing. At the time, they were killing the vast majority of animals that they took in within a week. I can’t seem to find the original story I read about it, and the only source I can find on a quick google right now is the seriously hyperbolic PetaKillsAnimals site, which says that a 2010 study showed they killed 84% of the animals they took in within 24 hours. Now, maybe they are only taking in completely unsalvageable cases most of the time, but if those numbers are actually true? Those are some pretty crazy numbers.
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