Thursday, March 21, 2013

ABANDONED: PETCO Workers Leave Animals to Drown!

Save the animals! Go vegetarian! Go vegan! 

In late 2011, PETCO and its workers abandoned hundreds of caged animals in a New York store, where dozens drowned in massive flooding caused by Tropical Storm Lee. Even though workers evacuated themselves—knowing that the storm would be bad and that the store might flood—they left the animals caged inside the store and locked the doors.

Imagine the terror and suffering that these ferrets, birds, rodents, and reptiles experienced as the water level rose and they drowned, all because this multibillion-dollar company and no less than seven PETCO corporate, senior, and other managers and employees could not be bothered to get them out of harm's way.

Fight for justice for these animals. Take action against PETCO now.

Stay loud,

 Rachelle Owen
 Manager of Youth Campaigns
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