Help Prevent Animal Cruelty In Pet Stores

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Pet shops treat dogs, cats, birds, rabbits, and other animals as if they are valueless and will sell them to anyone who is over the age of 18 and slaps down a credit card.

Many homeless and unwanted animals in shelters are waiting to be adopted but the act of selling animals in pet stores denies them of this privilege.

Conditions at pet stores are inhumane and downright abusive. Puppies and kittens are confined in a small cages where they are unable to socialize with anybody, smaller animals like mice and hamsters are packed into a small, dirty enclosure, and fish who are meant to swim freely are reduced to a few cubic inches of overcrowded water.

To make matters worse, most animals sold in pet stores come from mass-breeding facilities called puppy mills, where they are denied socialization, exercise, and veterinary care. We need to take action and make speak up for those who don’t have a voice. #WhoSavesWho