The People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals group should concentrate more on human suffering and less on animal suffering.If humans are sufferring to the point of not being able to take care of themselves then they will do the animals no good at all.They need to think of themselves first.
Why focus on human rights when their purpose was to focus on the ethical treatment of animals? Though we are animals, we are at the top of the food chain because we are the ones creating a place where most animals have no rights except for cats and dogs and other pets.
No, the group People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals should not focus more on human suffering rather than animal cruelty, because animal cruelty is an important cause in and of itself. Not all charitable organizations have to focus on the same thing. Taking care of animals is important, and how we treat our animals also reflects on how we treat other people. PETA has a noble cause.
I do not believe that the group, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), should focus more on human suffering rather than animal cruelty. As you can see in the title, the group was created to help animals and that is what they receive donations and funding for. They should not change their priorities, even if it is to benefit humans who are suffering.
There are plenty of organizations that should focus on human suffering, why should one outspoken group fighting against animal cruelty act any differently? Wouldn't it be better if, say, PETA never had to change, but there was an equally strong organization fighting against acts of violence and malice against other people? The real question is, why isn't there?
PETA should just stop doing things altogether if it actually cares about the causes it claims to. A group with such an unblemished track record of stupid public relations moves probably is in it for the attention and not for the cause, but in either event, we really don't need them pursuing new things. They're bad enough at what they've had practice with.