Lori Lancaster | April 14, 2004
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Anna Gregoline | April 14, 2004
I don't think there's anything wrong with it, it doesn't harm the animals. I'm more disturbed by the selling of baby rabbits and chickens around Eastertime. These animals are often killed or discarded when children get bored with them.

John E Gunter | April 14, 2004
I don't like the selling of any animal to people who get bored with them. I mean the things that get done to animals is so wrong!

Colored chicks? Like Anna say, I don't think it hurts them, so there shouldn't be anything wrong with that.

The big problem is, people don't think about what it will be like dealing with a certain animal. They think having one will be fun, but don't stop to think about what kind of a responsibility it will be taking care of it.

My wife and I have quite a few animals that have come from 'broken homes' as it were. The animals have some problems, but nothing we can't handle, and they have a whole lot better life with us.

Kris Weberg | April 15, 2004
I must say, i was initially revolted by that subject heading. Then I read the link.

Anna Gregoline | April 15, 2004
Me too.

Melissa Erin | April 15, 2004
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Lori Lancaster | April 15, 2004
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