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July 30, 2008

The MET Rodenticide Use __ __ __ Updated Mail for July 2008 __ __ __ Dangers of Rodenticides

Palemale enjoying a quiet evening without bother from the robins and blue-jays on the south side of the MET.

Palemale eating a rat caught near the south end of the Metropolitan Museum of Art where a dangerous anti-coagulant poison (Contrac with Bromodiolone)is still being applied.

All images above photographed on Wednesday July 30, 2008.

Stop these selfish, self-centered, stubborn and phony human beings from jeopardizing the precious lives of the only ones who are doing something right...

The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Philippe de Montebello (Director)
(212) 570-3902

The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Emily Rafferty (President)
(212) 570-3900