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  • I bet Michael Bay was involved.
  • I'm angry that the wolves were not released into the cinema.
  • Certainly this is another over reaction by PETA right?

    *click*

    Oh wow.. They really did have wolves just chilling in a cage at Hollywood party.. *facepalm*... Godammitsomuch.. I'm with Subby.. I hate agreeing with PETA but yeah they have a point here.
  • Open the door on that cage. Let's see how badly they want to be bitten, and become part of the pack !
  • As opposed to just letting them run wild in Hollywood.

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  • Screw PETA. They're stupid and evil. For all their hysterical attention whoring, they still kill thousands of animals every year.

    Disgusting, subhuman filth, the lot of them. Hypocritical douchebags, every one.

    That said, having live wolves caged at a party... bad form, guys. Seriously, dafuq were you thinking?
  • Hollywood is the opiate of the ... hmm, steak.
  • Cyclometh: Screw PETA. They're stupid and evil. For all their hysterical attention whoring, they still kill thousands of animals every year.

    Disgusting, subhuman filth, the lot of them. Hypocritical douchebags, every one.

    That said, having live wolves caged at a party... bad form, guys. Seriously, dafuq were you thinking?


    You sound like an angry hypocrite !
  • How is this different than keeping dogs in kennels?
  • AbstractCode: I'm angry that the wolves were not released into the cinema.


    Me too.

    AverageAmericanGuy: How is this different than keeping dogs in kennels?


    8/10
  • It's not like they went to alaska, shot wolves from a plane, brought back the motherless cubs to put on display and tossed them in the trash after. These are animals that are raised by people and used for movies and commercials. Probably less freaked out then the peta people freaking out about it.
  • AverageAmericanGuy: How is this different than keeping dogs in kennels?


    If the wolves were indeed where there was "blaring music and flashing lights," that would have been stressful for them. I occasionally will play music with the volume higher than normal and when I do, my dog and cats leave the room. I imagine that wolves would be the same.
  • Some pictures of animal cruelty.

    WARNING: Some of these photos are very disturbing.

    Yorkshire being put into a tiny cage
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    Dachshund begging to be set free from its enclosure
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    Chihuahua with feet bound and stuffed into bag
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    Large dog jailed in small cage
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    OH THE CANINITY!
  • styckx: Certainly this is another over reaction by PETA right?

    *click*

    Oh wow.. They really did have wolves just chilling in a cage at Hollywood party.. *facepalm*... Godammitsomuch.. I'm with Subby.. I hate agreeing with PETA but yeah they have a point here.


    Now read the headline again, and think about why it's funny.

    *facepalm*
  • Dear Hollywood:

    When PETA is right, you have GOT to reexamine your ideas.

    Sincerely, everyone.
  • Even a stopped clock is right when it shiats on the Twilight franchise.
  • AverageAmericanGuy: How is this different than keeping dogs in kennels?


    Domestic animals and wild animals have quite different needs, particularly in regards to interactions with humans.

    As for PETA here, even a stopped clock gives the right time twice a day.
  • Valiente: I bet Michael Bay was involved.


    Since the wolves didn't explode, I'd guess otherwise.
  • Yeah, I like animals much more than people.

    Putting animals like that in a cage is just wrong unless it's necessary. Going to have to side with PETA on this one.

    With special effects they way they are, hopefully people like Hollywood Animals will go out of business and leave these poor bastards to their natural habitat. This type of shiat serves no one but Hollywood Animals' checkbook and the egos of a few socialites.
  • MurphyMurphy: Yeah, I like animals much more than people.

    Putting animals like that in a cage is just wrong unless it's necessary. Going to have to side with PETA on this one.

    With special effects they way they are, hopefully people like Hollywood Animals will go out of business and leave these poor bastards to their natural habitat. This type of shiat serves no one but Hollywood Animals' checkbook and the egos of a few socialites.


    I guess it depends on how much time it spends in the cage and if it has an open area to roam and get exercise. My dogs both actually like their kennels as long as they are not in them too much. The theory is that it appeals to their desire to have a cave or den. Putting them on display in a cage on the other hand is not cool. The real problem, however is that they are probably stuck in an enclosure without enough area to exercise and nothing to keep them occupied. My dogs get restless if I don't give them some sort task that occupies their minds on a regular basis. It is probably even worse with wolves.

    I also would have liked to see them get free and eat the people.
  • Precision Boobery: Even a stopped clock is right when it shiats on the Twilight franchise.


    Gordon Bennett: AverageAmericanGuy: How is this different than keeping dogs in kennels?

    Domestic animals and wild animals have quite different needs, particularly in regards to interactions with humans.

    As for PETA here, even a stopped clock gives the right time twice a day.


    That was creepy.
  • AbstractCode: I'm angry that the wolves were not released into the cinema.


    I would have paid to see THAT
  • Gordon Bennett: Precision Boobery: Even a stopped clock is right when it shiats on the Twilight franchise.

    Gordon Bennett: AverageAmericanGuy: How is this different than keeping dogs in kennels?

    Domestic animals and wild animals have quite different needs, particularly in regards to interactions with humans.

    As for PETA here, even a stopped clock gives the right time twice a day.

    That was creepy.


    There is the theory of the Mobius. A twist in the fabric of space where time becomes a loop.
  • Cloudchaser Sakonige the Red Wolf: AverageAmericanGuy: How is this different than keeping dogs in kennels?

    If the wolves were indeed where there was "blaring music and flashing lights," that would have been stressful for them. I occasionally will play music with the volume higher than normal and when I do, my dog and cats leave the room. I imagine that wolves would be the same.


    Probably. It looks like one of the three's tails are up, which is a sign of confidence. One making a friendly or reassuring nuzzle from low and to the side. They could be upset, or bored and thinking "this shiat again? Ah well, maybe the guests will feed us treats." Wolves vary in their personalities. Also what they've been trained for.

    Could be worse; they could be wild wolves living about anywhere in the USA. They could be an average pack in, say, Wisconsin about to have (or just had) a couple family members scythed out of their ranks by gun or trap this year; fewer in Minnesota.

    None legally yet in Michigan, where the predation control, last I have figures for, has been so successful that 600-800 wolves caused damages of one sheep, one cow, and 5 hunting dogs (i.e. domesticated wolves) being run loose in their territory.

    Unfortunately in Michigan the local politicians are playing "demonize the wolves for votes" games and are pushing random shooting and trapping of them too, trying to designate that as their proper "management"; they're currently a protected nongame animal in the state. This will be interesting if successful, it'll probably result in a referendum (last time was a dove hunt, went over 2 to 1, against hunting, 31% for). Probably some hairy political advertising, but it looks like it's going to end up as pleasant and easy for all as fixing an enraged cow tangled up in loose barbed wire.
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