Monday, February 03, 2014

PETA to Bigfoot hunters: You shouldn't 'shoot and kill it' just because you can

PETA, (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) has recently got wind of Rick Dyer's claims of having killed a Sasquatch in Texas, and here is what they had to say.

Peta Speaks To Bigfoot Hunters

HOUSTON (CBS Houston) - The People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) said hunters shouldn’t kill Bigfoot and feel strongly about those that would shoot something exotic for sport.
“As an organization we do oppose hunting of any kind. It’s cruel and unnecessary and can damage populations and ecosystems,”PETA spokesperson Lindsay Rajt told The Houston Chronicle.

PETA along with representatives from the Texas Parks and Wildlife don’t believe that Bigfoot is real despite hunter Rick Dyer claiming that he shot and killed an 8-foot Sasquatch in 2012.

 “The bottom line is, when someone sees a rare, exotic animal their first instinct shouldn’t be to shoot and kill it,” Rajt said . “Just because you see something pretty, that doesn’t mean it should be mounted on your wall. You are inflicting pain and suffering either way.”

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