Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Barnyard Animal Friends Have Rights Too!

Mom found me some new Barnyard Friends recently, near where we live, and I got really sad.
What kind of life is this?  They were up for sale and locked in these tiny cages.

Mom met them on Big World Assignment at Third Monday Trade Days in McKinney, TX.

Why do humans do this to my animal friends?  These animals have rights too, don't they?
Can someone help me rescue all my new Barnyard Friends?

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Khyra The Siberian Husky And Sometimes Her Mom said...

If only we khould turn the tables and khage those 'humans'


Deetz said...

My mom gets very angry when she sees these things and right now she is seeing it every day. My mom has so much to tell you, but this working thing keeps our moms busy. Thinking Caps! I am sorry you had to see those animals in tiny cages.

The Kool~Kittie~Krew said...

We are purraying that they ALL find furrever, free from cages, homes!

Angel and Kirby said...

We are sorry your new friends are in tiny cages. We hope they all found good homes.

Prints the Cat said...

Have you considered adopting all your new Barnyard Friends? A lot of them look like birds. Maybe they could swim in your pond.

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Grrreta said...

This makes us very sad too.

Ariel said...

This makes me very sad too such a horrible way to live.

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Anna said...

JB this is sad, and really sad hot small these cages are, like you said. Thanks for sharing, and making us aware. Hope all is well otherwise. Anna :)

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