While Michael Vick has served his time and should be allowed to make a living once again in the NFL, let's not forget the poor pitbulls that the quarterback trained as killers for many years.
When given the chance to rehabilitate these animals, PETA declined, citing the high cost involved.
Perhaps the organization could have affored to actually rescue the dogs, however, if it stopped spending millions on pointless, attention-grabbing ad campaigns.
Instead of allocating its resources to worthy causes, the charity cares more about making headlines, as it often does with its "I'd Rather Go Naked" campaign, in which C-list stars such as Eva Mendez, Rosalyn Sanchez and Khloe Kardashian bare it all on billboards.
Nia Long is the latest random actress to don her birthday suit in the name of attention fur-bashing.
Don't get us wrong: we hate fur and we love the sight of beautiful, naked actresses.
We just wish PETA would focus on causes that actually provide assistance to animals. Is there even an iota of a chance that any of these posters have changed a single individual's mind about fur?