Ironically, Bob's hard-earned cash is not being spent on a high-tech veterinarian clinic or homeless shelter for animals that have been abused and abandoned. This unbelievable sum is not even going to help state wildlife agencies pay for re-introduction stocking programs, habitat improvement projects, or biological studies. Wait a minute, I almost forgot that PETA has never really helped fund or pay for projects that would actually be beneficial to wildlife. For good reason, all of those bloodthirsty hunters pay for these projects and help maintain a healthy balance in nature. Consequently, PETA has decided the best use for this money is to open the new "Bob Barker Building" in Los Angeles. This building will be utilized as the center for PETA's media, marketing, campaign and youth outreach departments.