Join Date: Mar 2009
Location: Middle-of-Nowhere, Illinois
I don't support PETA in the least, because they're all a bunch of whack jobs under a misguided sense of right and wrong. They think keeping domesticated animals as pets is somehow evil, not to mention keeping and riding horses. I don't understand this at all. Domestic cats, dogs and horses have completely carefree and easy lives (assuming their owners are responsible). They never have to worry about anything, ever. Everything they could ever want and need is provided for them. My cats get to go outside when the weather's nice, and they always stay close to the house. Don't you think if they were unhappy, they'd just run away? But they don't. And I don't see my animals as my property. They're not my slaves (if anything, I'm their slave. Lol) Dogs and horses seem to be fond of being domesticated, too. How does PETA think that's wrong? Their thought process is completely baffling.
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Last edited by Jessabel; 05-04-2009 at 01:12 PM.