Not too long ago, the Detroit Free Press investigated reports of neglect, sick animals and general nastiness at Pollywood Parrots and Pets in the Mt. Clemens Gibralter Trade Center. It was revealed that just last year there were 30 complaints to the Michigan Department of Agriculture which licenses pet shops. Here's the fact, Pollywood has been a hellhole for animals for years. It's obvious from the condition of the animals that this is solely a money making operation, it's about greed. The animals they are selling suffer. Puppies, kittens, bunnies and those poor pathetic looking birds. So the question is how does the nasty place stay in business? It's because shoppers really don't care about the conditions the “pet” they are buying live in. If they cared, they wouldn't shop there, simple as that.
Since Pollywood Parrots and Pets is all about money, wouldn't it make sense to stop the flow of cash to this business? What about the Gibralter Trade Center? They've known for years that Pollywood is a nasty hellhole, they get lots of complaints. But Gibralter chooses to keep Pollywood open. Why? It's about the money. So if you really care about the puppies, kittens, dogs, cats, bunnies and birds enslaved at Pollywood, boycott the Gibralter Trade Center. Refuse to shop there. Don't give them what they want – your money. Let them know that you will not shop there until they stop selling pets. Write Gibralter and let them know you will not give them your money. If we stick to this, Pollywood will close. Ask your friends and family to commit to this boycott and help save the animals at Pollywood Pets.
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