PETA, find something to do

When I read about PETA targeting Mona Rutger for
Sandusky Register Staff
May 24, 2010

 

When I read about PETA targeting Mona Rutger for bringing an eagle to a school event and insinuating that she was "showcasing" the bird, is totally absurd and simply another activist group who have nothing better to do than stir up more dissension in a far too troubled world.

There has been no individual devoted to the care and handling of wildlife than this lady.

I'd like to see supporters of PETA, whoever they are, set aside their personal lives putting in countless hours to rehabilitate even one of these creatures, rather than grumbling about something so mediocre, I suggest they volunteer their services.

Without knowing Rutger that well personally, I would imagine her greatest reward is that of releasing these magnificent designs of nature back into their familiar habitat and passing on what she has learned to the public. How could this profound dedication go unnoticed?

Mel Conyer

Huron