Dustbury's Charles G. Hill observes that PETA's attempt to market fish as "sea kittens" (so that people will stop eating them) is net a new angle, but rather a recast of the organization's tired old clams.
Personally, I've haddock with PETA's oysterous complaints. They're all pretty sealy if you ask me. And, as Charles reminds me, I didn't have much patience when the organization tried a similar tuna in another plaice. Back in 2004, it claimed fish were brilliant soles that didn't deserve to be brutally krilled. In response to that bass canard, I wrote, "If they're so smart, how come they get caught?"