PETA Chases Mass Cat Killer With Billboard Advertisement

Billboard Advertises 22,500 Dollar Reward To Find Killer of Cats

This is a good one. This pleases me. I love to see this sort of commitment from animal charities in being the voice of animals and, by God, they need a voice sometimes.
Photos by PETA. (the collage prepared by Michael)

The high-profile animal charity People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PeTA) with other charities such as a HSUS took a bold step in placing a large billboard on top of a building in Yonkers, New York, USA, which declares to the world that they are offering $22,500 to anyone who can provide information that leads to the prosecution and conviction of the person or persons who killed 25 cats and kittens and who strung them up in black plastic bags on a tree in a wooded area.

It is one of those macabre, evil, dark animal crimes that leaks out of the underworld of society. It must be one of the worst cases of animal cruelty in the state of New York for a very long time.

The person who did it appears to be quite confident because in a way they advertised their criminal behaviour.  There was no need to put the battered kittens into binliners and then hang the binliners from a tree. That is another form of advertising. It is quite appropriate, therefore, that well-known animal charities are now using advertising on billboards to find this nasty person.

1 comment:

  1. The investigation was closed. They interviewed the person that hung all those cats in the trees. They were just cleaning up a bunch of road-kill and TNR cats that your kind kill that way, to bring them to the attention of the sanitation department.

    Are you finally enjoying how you kill all your free-roaming cats and then exploiting them for financial support for yourself Michael? Why should you be any different than every organization that does this for $MILLIONS of income.

    Let more cats roam free then beg for donations to make them stop dying. Yes, you are JUST that pathetically hypocritical, stupid, and moronic.

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