Whaleback Ledge Light, A Beacon to save Fish?

blogwhaleback In the pursuit of reeling in another offshore New England Lighthouse, the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) submitted a letter of interest on August 6 to acquire Whaleback Ledge Lighthouse for the National Headquarters of their Fish Empathy Project. PETA is trawling in the seafood friendly waters of New England, the home of clambakes and Maine lobsters, in a sensational media campaign to end what PETA calls fish abuse.

Based on reader comments from a news story published by Seacoastonline today, PETA’s Lighthouse cafe at Whaleback Ledge Light will never have the public support as we dine at all our favorite seafood restaurants along the seacoast. Maybe, PETA can invite a shark or two to eat some tasty fake fish sticks?

Does anyone wonder what extreme measures PETA will use to teach dolphins to eat vegetable “fish” instead of the dolphin’s daily 30-pound diet of real fish, anchovies, herring, sardines, and squid or will dolphins be exempt from their Vegan campaign?

Lighthouses were never constructed to be a Vegetarian crusade against a traditional well-balanced diet. Furthermore, the federal government is giving them to eligible non-profit organizations that will preserve and maintain them per their legal guidelines not PETA’s guidelines.

For information about Whaleback Ledge Lighthouse, please click on the photo of this post.

blue_starMap Location:
For Map Directions, please visit the Google Map of Whaleback Ledge Light

Related News Sources:
Lighthouse wanted to be a beacon for saving fish, Aug 10, 2007
PETA Applies to Take Ownership of the Whaleback Ledge Light, Aug 6, 2007

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About Debbie Dolphin

Lighthouse author and photographer living in New England

Posted on August 11, 2007, in Humor News and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Hi, this is my first time visiting your site. Conggrat.you have one more followers now 🙂

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