Posted by jill on 4/28/07
On 4/27/07, Birdiegirl #1 wrote:
> There is never any reason to house birds in a closet
> whether for quarentine or because of the extra amount of
> birds. Besides if they are being quarentined then they
> should not be available for purchase until after the
> quarentine period.
> If they can provide a room to house cats for adoption
> that has glass windows and plenty of lighting as well as
> room to move around in then they can do the same for the
> birds that are quarentined. They have a room that you can
> watch them groom dogs in that is closed off to the store
> area, that is the same type of room they need to avail for
> the extra, or quarentined birds.
> If they were being quarentined then a closet that is open
> is not going to do it the potential illness can become
> airborne with the heating and airconditioning system and
> be dispelled throughout the whole store, (so much for the
> people that bring the pets in shopping with them).
PLEASE MAKE NO MISTAKE...I DO NOT AGREE WITH THE POLICY'S OF
PETSMART IN ANY WAY! I WAS RELAYING TO YOU WHAT THE EXCUSE
WAS THAT I WAS GIVEN. I TOTALLY AGREE THEY SHOULD HAVE
BETTER FACILITY FOR THE BIRDS. WHAT CAN WE DO? I'LL HELP IF