PETA goes off the deep end

Now they are campaigning against the killing of……sea kittens.

What are THEY, you ask? Take a look:

http://www.peta.org/Sea_Kittens/index.asp

People don’t seem to like fish. They’re slithery and slimy, and they have eyes on either side of their pointy little heads—which is weird, to say the least. Plus, the small ones nibble at your feet when you’re swimming, and the big ones—well, the big ones will bite your face off if Jaws is anything to go by.

Of course, if you look at it another way, what all this really means is that fish need to fire their PR guy—stat. Whoever was in charge of creating a positive image for fish needs to go right back to working on the Britney Spears account and leave our scaly little friends alone. You’ve done enough damage, buddy. We’ve got it from here. And we’re going to start by retiring the old name for good. When your name can also be used as a verb that means driving a hook through your head, it’s time for a serious image makeover. And who could possibly want to put a hook through a sea kitten?

https://secure.peta.org/site/Advocacy?cmd=display&page=UserAction&id=657

Save the Sea Kittens!

Given the drastic situation for this country’s sea kittens—who are often the victims of many major threats to their welfare and ways of life—it’s high time that the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) stop allowing our little sea kitten friends to be tortured and killed. Who’d want to hurt a sea kitten anyway?!

Sea kittens are just as intelligent (not to mention adorable) as dogs and cats, and they feel pain just as all animals do.

Please take just a few moments to send an e-mail to H. Dale Hall, the director of the FWS, asking him to stop promoting the hunting of sea kittens (otherwise known as “fishing”). The promotion of sea kitten hunting is a glaring contradiction of FWS’ mission to “conserve, protect and enhance fish, wildlife and plants and their habitats.”

They are FISH, people. Not sea kittens. Even catfish are never called sea kittens. This is a clear sign that the PETA leadership are increasingly mentally ill.

http://www.fishinghurts.com/

Many people have never stopped to think about it, but sea kittens are smart, interesting animals with their own unique personalities—just like the dogs and cats that we share our homes with. Did you know that sea kittens can learn to avoid nets by watching other sea kittens in their group and that they can recognize individual “shoal mates”? Some sea kittens gather information by eavesdropping on others, and some—such as a type of South African sea kittens that lays eggs on leaves so that they can be carried to a safe place—even use tools.

http://www.fishinghurts.com/healthConcerns.asp

Deadly Poisons From the Deep

Fish flesh today is badly contaminated with toxic chemicals that are known to cause cancer and brain degeneration and is also the most likely of all foods to make you sick from bacterial contamination.

Think Fish Is a Health Food? Think Again.

Fish live in water that is so polluted, you would never dream of drinking it. But you’re ingesting this toxic brew—bacteria, contaminants, heavy metals and all—every time you eat fish.

This is pseudoscientific crap. Fish are nowhere near as intelligent as dogs and cats. And eating their meat has health benefits for those who need extra protein in their diet. And pollution that makes fish deadly to eat would also have killed many of us directly too, so they are lying here. The solution to any contaminated fish that may be out there is to clean up the environment in places that are badly polluted to make the consumption of fish safer, not outlaw the catching and consumption of fish everywhere!

Could this be a way of PETA seducing children with some cute cartoony crap? Then I would call them CHILD MOLESTERS!

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One thought on “PETA goes off the deep end

  1. Wake me when these animal-crazy peta goofballs realize once and for all that “sea kittens” are a LOT more fictional than Pokémon or Satan or the bogeyman!
    People Eating Tasty Animals: Pathological liars for animals since 1980

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