Written by PETA
Forget black licorice and candy corn—PETA's got a real treat for you this Halloween: Our lucky "Win It" Wednesday winner will receive one bag of Sjaak's Organic Chocolates dark chocolate bites with peanut butter and one bag of Sjaak's dark chocolate bites with a blast of orange flavor. They're to die for—but no animals had to:
To win, just say "trick or treat" … and then tell us where the scariest place on Earth is, be it a Butterball factory farm, a Professional Laboratory and Research Services (PLRS) laboratory, a SeaWorld abusement park, or any other place where animals suffer. All these places are terrifying, but the winner will be the person who best explains why the facility should give us all nightmares.
If you don't win, you can always try banging on your neighbor's door and begging for some gourmet vegan chocolates (threatening to T.P. the house may or may not help). Or you can just order them from the PETA Catalog.
Written by Heather Moore
The scariest place in the earth to me was Toys R US parking Lot. I had pulled up to park and had my niece. A punk boy about 28 years old his wife and his 3 to 4 year old daughter was being followed by an adorable small cat. The cat was meowing almost like he was begging to be taken home. Next thing I know is the dude turns around and kicks the cat like so hard and the cat went flying and landed and was shocked. I hurried over to get it while screaming at the guy. Took him to Vet E 911, he had no broken bones and was so sweet. He shortly later died from internal bleeding from impact. To do that evil thing in front of his daughter just shows what scum he is and to do that to such a Sweet, adorable, innocent cat?!?! HOW could Anyone ???
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