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Bunny update

Last August, I blogged about PetSmart’s ill-advised decision to breed and sell dwarf rabbits. This story has a happy ending. In December, PetSmart released a statement. Here's the heart of the matter:

We consider the test successful because of what we learned from it. However, we failed to meet the business objectives we set, so, at this time, we’re not expanding the test and will not continue to sell dwarf bunnies beyond those already in or planned for our stores.

It’s good news for the critter kingdom, and maybe it’s time to let PetSmart know they’ve done the right thing (after, of course, doing the wrong thing). Still everyone deserves a second chance. 

Lisa Wogan

January 18, 2008 in Current Affairs, Humane | Permalink


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