PETA’s headquarters is located at the street in question.

Center for Consumer Freedom Proposes Renaming Norfolk, VA Street to “PETA Kills Ave.”

Norfolk, VA – -( Animal liberation organization People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) is getting a taste of its own medicine. Recently, PETA attempted to persuade the English village of Wool to change its name to “Vegan Wool.”

And earlier this week, a street in a French village, Rue de la Saucisse—or “sausage street”—was similarly targeted by PETA, with the organization demanding the street be renamed “Rue de la Soycisse,” referencing soy.

In response, the Center for Consumer Freedom (CCF) is fighting fire with fire.

On the morning of December 5, CCF asked the city of Norfolk, VA (where PETA’s headquarters is located) to consider renaming Front Street to “PETA Kills Ave.” in order to better reflect the actions of the group headquartered at 501 Front Street. “Butcher St.” and “Serial Killer Way” are other possibilities.

CCF’s letter to the Norfolk city council can be viewed below.

December 5, 2018
Norfolk City Council
1006 City Hall Building
810 Union St.
Norfolk, VA 23510

Dear Councilmembers:

I’m writing on behalf of the nonprofit Center for Consumer Freedom to request you put Norfolk in
the spotlight and promote kindness to animals and raise awareness of unethical conduct. You can
do this by renaming Front Street “PETA Kills Avenue.”

For years, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals has killed cats and dogs by the thousands at
its headquarters, located at 501 Front St.

Unlike the countless shelters that provide essential service and care to animals in need, PETA’s
“shelter” on Front Street euthanizes the vast majority of

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