Letters: Rodent rage

Sooke woman concerned after dead rats left on doorstep

To whomever is leaving dead rats on my steps.

Because there have not been any teeth marks or claw marks, I can tell that the perpetrator has two legs rather than four. It’s so sad that your life has come to a point where you get pleasure out of such a gross task.

May I suggest your visit to the volunteer centre at CASA? Marlene and her dedicated crew can put you in touch with some wonderful agencies wherein you will find some meaningful work. You will feel great satisfaction in helping others and in doing a job which is productive and an asset to the community of Sooke.

When you look in the mirror you will see sparkling eyes and a smiling face. And you will know joy. Good luck.

P.S. I made my cats an outdoor cage so they don’t gallivant at night.

Doreen Effa

Sooke

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