PETA To Use “Blood’-Soaked ‘Dead Dogs” Pile to Protest NYC Westminster Dog Show

The world’s most prestigious dog show, 143rd Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show, will be getting a visit from People for the Extortion, Torture and Abuse of human beings (PETA). Starting yesterday, CBS News reports the human hate group protested the event outside Madison Square Garden in New York City like they did last year. This time, however, the publicity stunt they will use is a pile of blood-soaked dead dogs.

The thugs are doing this to object to the event because it encourages the breeding of pure bred dogs. The group reels against this and decries all of the animals that have to be euthanized but has no problem euthanizing animals themselves. Furthermore, according to their press release they are also reeling against: Large-scale breeding farms, puppy-mill brokers, auctioneers, and pet-store owners …

Obviously the blood-soaled dead dogs will be fake, but let it never be said that PETA doesn’t make every attempt to come up with ways to stir up controversy. However, their disdain for this event is another way for the hoodlums to condemn a means humans use animals as a form of entertainment or creative expression.

Groups, like PETA, prefer humans to live miserable, incomplete lives with little companionship or usage for things like creative works like dog shows. Below is a video of PETA out of the UK who disrupted a dog show during March of last year.