When the Ethical Treatment of Animals Goes Wrong | Stanley Coren in Psychology Today

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Stanley Coren writes about the infamous organization PETA – ‘People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals’ and discovers their definition of “ethical” might easily be replaced with the name, ‘People for the Treacherous Treatment of Animals’

Read his article: “When the Ethical Treatment of Animals Goes Wrong”
Is killing 95 percent of animals entrusted to a shelter ethical?
Published on April 15, 2012 by Stanley Coren, Ph.D., F.R.S.C. in Canine Corner

Could it be true that in an animal shelter run by a society dedicated to the ethical treatment of animals, the percentage of animals killed is nearly 95 percent while their percentage of animals successfully adopted out is less than 1 percent?”

 

Stanley Coren is the author of several books, including: Why We Love the Dogs We Do, The Intelligence of Dogs, Why Does My Dog Act That Way?)

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