It's a new politically savvy voice of dog owners: Dog Politics.
They are watching the PETA "We Kill Dogs Better" trial, of course.
In day eight of the trial, PETA euthanasia boss Daphna Nachminovitch admitted that PETA "owns" animals (for a short time). Funny, I thought that they did not believe in anyone owning animals for any purpose whatsoever.
You will have scroll way down the page. Look for this passage:
The only thing stranger than Nachminovitch's legal hedging throughout this discussion was the odd sound of a PETA employee referring to people as the "owners" of dogs and cats. We'd never experienced that before—it's usually "guardians" and "companion animals."
But when it's convenient, PETA will apparently assert ownership over the animals it has otherwise sworn to "liberate."