A Blast from the Past: That’s Super, Man (January 2009)
If a kitten mews forlornly in Trenton, does a PETA employee in Sacramento hear it and come to its rescue?
Flipping through PETA’s 2009 “Rescued” calendar, you sure would think so. Every page of the bright and upbeat calendar tells a story of an abused or neglected animal that was rescued either by PETA directly or by someone affiliated with the group. There’s Magpie, the pup who was thrown out of a van window into oncoming traffic and rescued by a passing motorist who happened to be the friend of a PETA staffer; there’s Audrey, the abandoned kitten who was found by two PETA staffers out walking their dogs; there’s Alec, the rooster who was lured to safety by a PETA staffer whose neighbor was in the habit of drowning chicks instead of gathering the eggs that were laid by a hen that lived on his property. And there are so many more.
Read the rest of the January 2009 Editor's Note here.