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UNETHICAL: PETA Fined $50,000 After First Stealing then Executing Girl’s Pet Chihuahua

By August 17, 2017 November 22nd, 2017 Legislation

Peta pays family $50,000 after taking and euthanising their pet chihuahua

UNETHICAL: PETA Fined $50,000 After First Stealing Then Executing A 9-Year Old Girl’s Pet Chihuahua ‘Maya’

 

 

From another list (thanks, Shirley)

UNETHICAL: PETA Fined $50,000 After First Stealing Then Executing A 9-Year Old Girl’s Pet Chihuahua ‘Maya’

UNETHICAL: PETA Fined $50,000 After First Stealing Then Executing A 9-Year Old Girl’s Pet Chihuahua ‘Maya’

Two people affiliated with PETA traveled to the mobile home park because they said they had been asked for help picking up wild dogs and feral cats. They removed an unattended chihuahua called Maya, which was a Christmas present to nine-year-old Cynthia Zarate. And then they killed it.

PETA, The People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, has apologized and paid a family almost $49,000 after taking and euthanizing a little girl’s pet chihuahua.

EDITOR’S NOTE: PETA over the years has shown their willingness to go out of their way to do lots of wacky things. They love the spotlight, they love publicity and they love money. But one thing they don’t love is when they get caught kidnapping and killing people’s prized house pets, like Maya the chihuahua. Another thing they don’t like is when you find out that they kill over 85% of all the animals they “rescue”. In short, far-Left Liberal pet killers PETA is on a mission to kill your pets if you are foolish enough to leave them “unattended” in your own yard.

Two people affiliated with PETA traveled to the mobile home park because they said they had been asked for help picking up wild dogs and feral cats. They removed an unattended chihuahua called Maya, which was a Christmas present to nine-year-old Cynthia Zarate.

Her father, Wilber Zarate, from Virginia, sued the company after it picked up his daughter’s dog from the mobile home park and putting it down before a five day grace period was up.

Maya was put down the same day she was caught, which was a violation of a state law that requires a five-day grace period. PETA was fined $500 for the violation, and had to pay more after Mr Zarate took further action.
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