Originally Posted by Sivan
If people care there can be change. There has been in the past and there can be in the future is a defeatist attitude is not held by those who want to see a difference.
I agree with that statement :) But, I'd like to think that we don't have to let the little animals we love so much waste away and die to get our point across. There has got to be a way to save the current fish, and the future ones at the same time.
And, not for nothing, but I've written multiple letters to Wally World about this issue, and never even received a response. I've also complained in the store a million times and never saw any results.
I think that a major reason the puppy mills are being shut down is due to public outcries against such cruelty. But, it's easier to get a large group of people to care about puppies, than to get them to care about fish. If public outcry is what is needed to stop this, we need to educate people, not leave animals rotting on a shelf. It's the convincing people to care about the fish that I think is going to be the hard part.
What we need to do is change the attitude of "It's just a fish".