Over 29,000 Dogs - Particularly Border Collies, Labradors, and Beagles - to be Humanely Killed and Used for Parts

Published on 14 March 2024 at 16:38

These puppers must be humanely dispatched before it's too late.


At the request of the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), the agency as ordered over 29,000 dogs - particularly border collies, Labradors, and beagles - to be humanely killed and harvested for parts. Honeywell is also taking part of this massive cull to keep humans safe (even though there was no immediate danger, but just to be sure). This was in part due to the pups not alerting to people of a fire emergency, so they must be killed and replaced immediately. Their parts, including arms and legs as well as vocal cords and larynxes, will be utilized and recycled for other dogs replacing the ones not functioning properly. Their deaths are painless and quick. If the dogs don't perform their required jobs, they get "retired" (e.g. lovingly and humanely killed) and we use the spare parts for other dogs who will be next in line for the replaced puppers. A quick shot to the head from a 45 ACP and combustion as well as blunt force trauma via a hammer, brick, or by a person's hands kills the dogs quickly and painlessly. 


"Disgusting. Who would do that to a dog?"

These dogs are of terrible quality. They're absolutely cheap and useless. A name we give them are the "loser series" because they just suck. These dogs replace every vintage, rare canine in every building imaginable. Killing these dogs assures that they DO NOT REPLACE any rare and vintage (and cooler) dogs. The opposing side says that if we didn't like these dogs, why even bother having them? Well, having them to do funny things to (e.g. throwing objects at them, throwing and kicking them, burning them) is entertaining and relieves the anger and hatred we have for these dogs. Loser Labradors and Boring Beagles should be contained and destroyed whenever they are seen. 


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