Peta Protests Phil

Most of us have in one way or another heard of Punxsutawney Phil the Ground Hog that shows up every Feb 2 to tell us his forecast to the end of winter. Well PETA in an amazing coincidence that would have nothing to do with the upcomming Groundhog day is protesting the ceremony seen each year in little Punxsutawney Pa.

After Feb 2 PETA gives less then a crap about the rodent (Yes a Ground hog is a rodent) but for right now PETA is trying to use Phil for their own disgusting ends. If anyone happens to stumble upon this new blog and read this and think PETA isn’t that bad, think again. PETA has one of the worst records for animal cruelty on the planet, just go and check out what they do to “rescued dogs”.

PETA’s “Animal Record” report for 2008, filed with the Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, shows that the animal rights group killed 95 percent of the dogs and cats in its care last year.  During all of 2008, PETA found adoptive homes for just seven pets.

 As to Phil that rodent lives like a King.  He lives in a climate controlled encloser, doesn’t have to worry where his next meal is comming from and never has to worry about predators eating him. This Groundhog has lived this way all his life, he knows nothing else. If he was released into the wild , the way PETA wants, he would be dead within a week.  Now that would be cruel and it shows how stupid the people in PETA really are.


One response to “Peta Protests Phil

  1. notesofasexiststayathomefather February 2, 2010 at 11:03 am

    Groundhogs? PETA exists so comics can have a legitimate target:

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