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Why You Should Not Buy Dyed Chicks for Easter

Cruelty isn’t cute

Easter, also called Pascha or Resurrection Sunday, is a festival and holiday commemorating the resurrection of Jesus from the dead. For many of us, it is a day of celebration and gatherings with friends and family on Easter Sunday. Every Easter Sunday, huddled next to chocolate shaped bunnies, egg-shaped jelly beans and baskets full of goodies, and children can find live, fluffy and even colourful baby chicks available for sale. However, for these chicks, Easter would be far from a celebration as they are repeatedly abused and neglected and treated like objects. These chicks are bought as novelties for children. However, pets are supposed to be thought of as a companion rather than a toy. When these chicks are dyed bright pink, purple, yellow, green, blue or orange, they seem more like toys and objects. “Anything that encourages people to take an animal into their home without thinking of the long term effects is going to have a negative impact on the animals,” state…

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