Oprah honored by PETA

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Her dog Sophie died earlier this year, and then Oprah dedicated a show to spotlighting the cruelty of puppy mills. The show was "for anybody anywhere who loves a dog, has ever loved a dog, or just cares about their basic right to humane treatment."

Now the organization that fights for that humane treatment of animals has named Oprah its Person of the Year!

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Accolades for Oprah. Her program that investigated the revolting and inhumane conditions
of puppy mills was needed to expose the criminality of profiteers who exploit young canines. Even better was her program that unveiled the monstrous and vile mistreatment and cruelty that pigs, chickens, cows and other traumatized creatures are subjected to in hellish factory farms. It's time to go vegetarian now !

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Who cares about Queen Oprah? I do not, why waste time following her? Thanks.

A well-groomed dog with beautiful curly hair! I understand what "the basic right to humane treatment" means - all sentient beings deserve respect and dignity.

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