Archives: Letters

Animal, pet lovers, be worried

(January 13th, 2017)
By Will Coggin Outlet: Kearney Hub The closing of the Ringling Bros. Circus isn’t just a sad day for families who enjoy seeing animals in person and the hundreds of workers who face layoffs. It also signifies that more institutions could … Continue reading

Give to local humane society

(December 13th, 2016)
By Will Coggin Outlet: The Columbus Dispatch Readers should ignore the self-serving appeal offered in the Thursday letter “Group attacks Humane Society” from Wayne Pacelle, chief executive officer of the Humane Society of the United States, which begged for donations. There … Continue reading
By Will Coggin Newspaper: The Daily Sentinel National Animal Shelter and Rescue Appreciation Week (Nov. 1-7) recognizes the lifesaving work of local animal shelters and rescue groups. There’s an easy way we can help the furry friends in our community that … Continue reading
By: Will Coggin Newspaper: The Modesto Bee It shouldn’t surprise anybody that PETA prefers killing cats to letting them roam free, even after they get fixed. PETA kills a staggering proportion of the pets in its animal shelter. Last year, records … Continue reading

PETA & its tactics II

(July 29th, 2014)
By: Will Coggin Newspaper: The Tribune-Review  PETA’s time and resources spent on media stunts promoting veganism have a cost that can be measured in pets’ lives. PETA routinely kills a high percentage of the homeless dogs and cats that enter … Continue reading

PETA is hardly pro-animal

(July 22nd, 2014)
By: Will Coggin Newspaper: The Herald The so-called People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals is the last group that people should listen to about circus elephants. PETA is so extreme that its lawyers have argued in court that elephants … Continue reading

PETA Files

(July 16th, 2014)
By: Will Coggin Newspaper: Bangor Daily News  For a group that purports to care about the “rights” of Maine’s lobsters, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals doesn’t seem to give a rip about pets. Records filed with the Commonwealth … Continue reading
By: Will Coggin Newspaper: Charlotte Observer  Vani Hari repeatedly backs conspiracism against science. Against overwhelming scientific consensus endorsed by the National Academy of Sciences and World Health Organization that holds that genetically improved foods, commonly called GMOs, are no less … Continue reading
By: Will Coggin Newspaper: The Des Moines Register Despite Cargill’s move away from gestation stalls, or individual maternity pens, most pork producers continue to use them because they are a humane way to house pregnant pigs The American Veterinary Medical … Continue reading

Pigpens humane

(June 13th, 2014)
By: Will Coggin Newspaper: Wichita Eagle Despite Cargill’s move away from gestation stalls, or individual maternity pens, most pork producers continue to use them because they are a humane way to house pregnant pigs (“Cargill changing housing for its sow … Continue reading