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Take Action: Boycott for Bunnies! Tell PetSmart to Stop Exploiting Rabbits

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Greedy PetSmart recently went back on its years-old "promise" not to sell rabbits in its stores.Like dogs and cats,unwanted rabbits are routinely dumped at animal shelters across the country because of simple math:too many bunnies and not enough good home

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Past Member (0)
Monday December 17, 2007, 11:54 pm
Signed and noted. Go Thunderr, Go Thunderr

Malee Holland (15)
Tuesday December 18, 2007, 1:39 pm
I honestly think domestic rabbits make better food than pets, because they can be prolific in a heartbeat, like vermin. Livestock are treated better than pet-trade rodents! They can also become vectors for diseases. -Ugh! To me that's as bad as selling chicks and squirrels as pets.

As a side note, I don't understand why the grocery stores charge so much for rabbit, if they're so prolific and ubiquitous.


serge vrabec (278)
Tuesday December 18, 2007, 4:59 pm
Signed and noted, poor bunnies, thx Wolf

Linda B (71)
Tuesday December 18, 2007, 5:29 pm
Signed and noted. They, of all companies, should know better. That's where I adopted my two rescue dogs. I guess next we'll be seeing rabbit rescue setting up shop. I also wish they would stop selling birds.
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