Everyone's favorite animal rights organization and resident punching bag, is making waves once again. PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) is a non-profit organization famous for showing us those terrifying pig videos and how chicken nuggets are made.
PETA has always been known for being a bit over-the-top and intense. So when they tweeted about prong collars being harmful to dogs, the internet responded accordingly.
Your dog wouldn’t do this to you—don’t do it to them. pic.twitter.com/lm1tDFtv3Q— PETA (@peta) March 14, 2022
It's safe to say the image sparked the opposite reaction of what PETA intended.
hate to see others live my dream https://t.co/EdNLqxuOTU— shea (@sheaalol) March 18, 2022
which furry artist got this commisioned https://t.co/pUAfyJ9NNX— Heather (@commieportogirl) March 18, 2022
The photo seemed to strike a nerve with fans of S&M and furries alike.
AYO WHERE DO I SIGN UP!? https://t.co/hQSPi1KPWl— Jess | TALON Esports (@JessGOAT) March 18, 2022
big win for the petplay community today https://t.co/5L1vl9PWMj— hurt no comfort (@breathplayed) March 18, 2022
PETA is helping so many hardcore fetish furry artists pay for college https://t.co/yRDZV1J2QF— Kuroe Hegelianism Prime || WORKING ON COMMS! (@KuroeDrawsStuff) March 18, 2022
me and who https://t.co/ScBJGszb8Y— trevor (@TCQuang) March 18, 2022
Many Twitter users began to recognize a familiar character within the strangely erotic illustration.
Mr.Peanutbutter gone wild https://t.co/pstuJ7JnmB— Zo (@coolstoryZo) March 18, 2022
This looks like a frame from BoJack Horseman. https://t.co/YIeXp7SzJR— V (@ChopperVee) March 18, 2022
Mainly people couldn't believe that PETA is still doing...well...PETA things. Is it just me or does anyone else remember the insane stickers they would give away for free at Warped Tour back in the day?
Insane that this account is both real and verified https://t.co/lhbbX5J6jo— ziza (@here_be_Ziza) March 18, 2022
This is literally the same thing the thanksgiving post of “how would feel to be stuffed up”. They always set themselves up all the time with post like this. https://t.co/V3bqHEesDF— Fairyglitter2 (@fairy_glitter2) March 18, 2022
I get the message but Why would someone unironically tweet this pic https://t.co/2yLbTaVSXP— Anmatrix (@_anmol_pandhi_) March 18, 2022
Gotta love the internet. So until the next wildly outrageous thing that PETA posts, we'll leave you by saying yeah prong collars aren't great. But neither is PETA so there's that.