LETTES: Rats are nothing to laugh about

Since December I discovered rats in my trailer, not funny.

A few years ago I moved into a manufactured home park just inches out of the city limit because I own a dog and nobody would rent to me.

I couldn’t even buy a townhouse, no dogs allowed. Since December I discovered rats in my trailer, not funny.

So, single senior with an ailing dog phoned the management of the park and was told “not our business and not our problem,” then the line went dead.

In addition I sent a letter with picture to the Penticton Indian Band, no answer either.

Who can I talk to? In the meantime I caught eight of these critters. The ownership of the park isn’t too clear either, but at least somebody on the other end takes our pad rent punctually and the property tax in July too.

The rent increase comes punctual too!

Anita Keil

Penticton