Palin’s Mini-Maverick Grandson Receives PETA Surprise

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Sarah Palin

Ah, the Palins. One endless reservoir of public mishaps and cavalier insensitivity toward animals. They provide all the cathartic benefits of reality TV, minus the guilt of feeling shallow, since it’s on CNN.

Well, in an effort to help safeguard the innocence of youth against merciless animal slaughter, we’ve sent the newest addition to the Palin clan an adorable care package of compassionate goodies. Sarah’s first grandchild Tripp will receive an assortment of cute animal-friendly kid gear, and his young mom Bristol will receive Ingrid’s new book, One Can Make a Difference, as well as her classic 50 Awesome Ways Kids Can Help Animals.

Seeing as the little guy probably won’t be learning any empathetic values from his aerial-hunting grandparents, we’re hoping our small effort will help light the way toward a more conscientious path. And with his pedigree, we think he’ll need all the assistance he can get! Click here to read our full letter to Bristol Palin.

For those of you who are still too repulsed at the thought of this family’s heartless ways to share in our goodwill toward them just yet, we’ve got something in our bag for you too. Trot on over to our latest holiday video game. In it you can hurl virtual snowballs at a certain bikini-clad, gun-toting maverick. Enjoy!

Written by Missy Lane

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 Ingrid E. Newkirk

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— Ingrid E. Newkirk, PETA President and co-author of Animalkind