On 6/19/07, yelowwolflassie wrote:
> I have been a friend and co-worker of susan and kevin for
> over 15 years.The article printed in the post has absolutly
> no truth to it.
> The auction is outragous and inhumane to breeding exotics.
> Most collections have been devided this way. If you can
> ship 10 pair of macaws to Calf. from FL and set them up,
> they breed just fine. Professional breeders know that
> changing an exotic's territory most of the time starts them
> to breed. Some people just move the cage. Birds get board.
> These activists that are pounding on the clubbs don't even
> know how to breed a parakeet. The first time they recieve
> an injured bird that is hopeless, who do they take it to
> for the patch up!!!!!!!Kevin-Susan-Kevin-Susan. These
> dagger tossers are hypacrites.
> Does anyone realize that two-thirds of the so called
> domestic breeders came from the import station in Miami
> that Susan and Kevin screened with a fine tooth comb and
> held for 60 days. At that time The Clubbs were documenting
> certian species and the diseases they carried in the wild.
> They discovered Sarco. Sarco is very deadly to cockatoos
> and macaws. Possiums are the carrier and as they roam an
> aviary they spread it with them. I had a good friend that
> lost 30 pair of cockatoos just because they did not know
> about the disease.
> Has anyone mentioned the amount of endangered species that
> the clubbs saved from stupid people and death and returned
> to the wild healthy. I worked with some of that project
> and have seen the babies in flight from birds that should
> have been dead.
> No-one has mentioned the return to Miami and Homestead
> after hurricane Andrew. I was there and the area smelled
> of nothing but rotten animals. We found birds smashed into
> trees, twisted in there cages with the door open. Those
> birds for the most part had babies in the nest. Alot were
> dead, but we saved the ones that were not. We patched
> broken legs, wings and beaks. We cleaned peoples cages and
> gave them food and water. I never saw money exchanged or
> ever talked about. That was never an issue. The birds
> were what we were concerned with.
> No one said a word to ABRC the former MacDonalds Icon when
> his birds were auctioned in Loxatchee several years. Most
> of what ABRC learned from kevin and susan. ABRC had birds
> that were never leagal but were never questioned either.
> Documentation was never asked to be shown. Mabe that is
> why ABRC had armed guards and concrete walls around his
> Every person that spoke in the Post article did not know
> one iota about the clubbs and there business. I bet if
> they had a sick bird it went right to the clubbs.
> A note to New York jresident Silvija Vecrumba--where were
> you at 911 and weeks later. I bet you did not push to
> rescue abandon exotic pets that were starving to death.
> Stay away from my friends and let them do what they need to
> do to get on with there lives. You know we are only as
> sick as are secrets and I know not one of you have checked
> out your own glass house. You have been too busy casting
> crap at other people. That is one reason I quit the bird
> business and disappeared until now.Leave them alone!!!!!
Nice to see crazy is alive and well on Birdmart. Who gives a
rat's azz about these people!