No doubt. Just like all the little chicks they will be selling at lawn and garden stores for Easter time.Originally Posted by Puppet Master
You just know, no doubt about it, that a vast majority of them will be dumped at a park or the forest or the side of the road within a couple months. Possibly even sooner when the dye wears off or the birds grow into their feathers.
Also, somewhat related:
Thanks.Originally Posted by RabbitLuvr
Here's a link to email the governor of Florida and let him know what you think: http://www.flgov.com/contact-gov-sco...-the-governor/
Originally Posted by RabbitLuvr
I know there is dye that is used on dogs at salons, which is supposed to be safe. (It's food-grade, I think, but who know if that stuff is truly "safe.")
However, rabbits are very different than dogs. Rabbits don't normally need baths, and do not like being wet- it stresses them out. Dying them, especially babies, can be extremely traumatic for them. (I assume this is also traumatic for chicks.) Pictures I've seen of dyed rabbits show the entire body dyed, including the face area, so I guess they are dipped in the dye, or possibly sprayed. In either case, it looks like their eye/nose area isn't protected at all.