A local customer had gone in this past weekend to order some items and they realized it was above 80 degrees in the store. All of the animals were panting and appeared to be stressed. They had to return the following day and the heat was even worse. They confronted the manager and they stated that the owner refuses to let them turn on the A/C. They even admitted when the leave they are instructed to turn off the box fans.
While these animals are under roof and do in fact have water, many would say that this business that sells some animals for over a thousand dollars can and or should be able to afford to at least keep the humidity out.
The Health Department, Humane Society have been called, they'll do nothing. PETA has also been called and they are awaiting a return call. What's your thoughts? I happen to think the owner will be making a LOT of comments stating it's perfectly fine to keep these animals in this heat but time will tell.