I am a volunteer for FurKids a homeless cat shelter. I go to a pet store where they allow FurKids to have cats there for adoption. I will clean the cages, let them out for awhile in an enclosed place, etc. The pet store I volunteer at always has a pretty little Conure in this very nice LARGE cage where he can walk around, get on perches. There are all sorts of fun hanging items that he can latch onto and enjoy.
When I went to another pet store (a pet store in the same chain as the one I volunteer at) to look at cats there, I went to the bird area and there was this sweet little Conure in a cage perhaps 2 ft. wide and 2 ft. deep. It coult have been 3 ft. wide and deep. He didn't have any place to walk and swing and play.
I have talked to the Manager at the pet store where I volunteer and asked if they could help me do something about this little Conure's living conditions. I will be calling this Manager tomorrow to see if she has any suggestions.
If she can't do anything, then I plan to call the store manager at the pet store with the little Conure in a small cage and tell him or her that I am a regular customer at this particular chain of pet stores and that the other pet store has a large cage for their Conure and that the cage his/her Conure in is too small.
Do any of you have any advice about how I should proceed with this if nothing is changed? I don't know whether they will do anything about this or not. I am prepared to complain to their corporate offices and I don't know what other steps to take.
Thank you all for any advice.