petland and puppy mills petition These places are mostly east of the divide, but there is one in Albuquerque.
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thanks for the additional comments. Hopefully petition(s) and an increased awareness will make people realize they should not get a pet there or give them any business until they change.
"Don't breed or buy while shelter animals die" Please adopt from a shelter. Snooper and Cheyenne thank you!
Petland was approached by New Mexico House Rabbit Society and asked to place adoptable fixed rabbits from ABQ shelters in their stores, but they refused and chose to sell unaltered bunnies from breeders instead! This speak volumes about their lack of corporate responsibility and their attitude towards animal welfare. New Mexicans should unite to BOYCOTT Petland for their corporate greed. Please encourage Petland to reconsider its policy and stop selling intact bunnies and other animals from irresponsible breeders and mills.
wondering if there is a site to confirm the stats on kill rates, only cauz i know states like GA and MO have mills and their kill rates are also high...
Petland also deserves to be boycotted because they sell intact rabbits, guinea pigs, etc in ABQ and across the country! NM shelters are full of unwanted dogs, cats, rabbits and guineas. NM has one of the highest kill rates in the nation b/c of unscrupulous breeders and companies like PETLAND that buy animals from them for profit with no concern for animal welfare! Tell your friends NOT to support Petland and their puppy, cat and rabbit mill friends and ask you friends to take their business elsewhere!!!
geeze, wouldn't it be great to get Petland to work with rescue and promote rescue dogs?
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