spec's pet human
- Sep 1, 2019
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You are, biologically and literally just.. Logically. But I presume this is going to require a few more years of premature feline death statistics to become a more popular theory. What is defined as... Normal catfood is really itching my brain here. You mean dry friskies or nine lives? What's.. NOT normal catfood? lol.. Confused.Again, this is making the assumption that a person is sacrificing their pet by feeding them normal cat food. I'm challenging that assumption.
What's the source of this claim; regarding rodents in particular?This wouldn't have less of an environmental effect, or even be cheaper really. Mass-raising rodents would have the same environmental impact per-pound as mass-raising chickens, perhaps more, as mammals spend more time pregnant and baby mammals must stay with their mothers instead of being shipped off as soon as they hatch.
Most reputable reptile oweners (or...most logical & savy ones) breed their own rodents themselves rather than buying from chain stores.