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Posted by Freddy on Tuesday, September 10, 2013 | Permalink
Oh yes, so much fun to keep animals constantly stressed and threatened enough by each other to feel the need to display fear and submission. But they'll just have to learn to get along, I mean puppies have to learn that too, right? And it looks so cute - can't deprive the customers from looking at the little darlings by giving them the chance to properly hide or anything!
Ugh. Sorry for the bitterness. I guess if you don't know about them, it is really cute. But seriously. This is literally the one pet-related thing that gets me revved up the fastest - "general" pet shops that sell reptiles, but don't have anyone on staff who knows the first thing about them. Adult male dragons like to be able to see each other, duh, as babies they got along as well! And Iguanas only eat letuce, right? But ew, no, I'm NOT touching these worms - why would the cute little Beardies want to eat them anyways, that's gross! These are all paraphrased from real people who are paid to take care of living animals. I have left more than one pet store in tears of anger and heartbreak at how they treat their "merchandise". It's just not funny to me.
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