Ad Nut
May 14, 2015

Puppies-by-drone service draws criticism

From the US: 'Same day pups' by the Humane Society of the US

Puppies-by-drone service draws criticism

As followers are aware, Ad Nut is no fan of dogs (murderous beasts!). But all the same, Ad Nut deplores the conditions to which they are subjected in the puppy mills that feed the retail pet industry.

Now comes an even more deplorable concept, delivery of puppies by drone. As the commenters on this Facebook video rightly point out, this is dangerous! And appalling! And barbaric! And horrible! And bad!

Of course if you are smarter than a puppy (which is not saying much), you immediately realize that the video is not real but rather an inventive way of making the point that retailing of animals is truly appaling. Clearly many of the commenters did not watch through to the end. In fact, Ad Nut finds the comments as entertaining as the video itself and applauds the patient, non-judgmental responses the Humane Society is making.  

Same Day Pups: Puppy Drone Delivery

We're just going to leave this right here...

Posted by The Humane Society of the United States on Thursday, May 7, 2015


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