that is right ANY ANIMAL YOU TAKE it is your responsibility for it's life that is how ever long it may live. Once you get a animal you are not just gonna have it till it is grown or till it is not as cute as it was young
THIS BOILS MY BLOOD MORE THEN ANYTHING ELSE
It beccame law in some state I think I read that they can not sell chicks and ducks around Easter or was it all the time in the stores but where I live they can at a fleamarket. People don't relize how to care for them and someone who don't ask questions I think you are right that is a red flag when I gt my chicks I asked what to feed them which food and what do I need I got a heat lamp and a small container and when they were jumping out of the first box I got another bigger one it was still cold and I didn't think they could go out so a bigger container when they were able to jumop out of this one they had all feathers and it was warm enough we had build the pen and they went out there
It was nerve racking I want them inside and I thought it might be to cold but they did well. I had no idea what I got my self into but I learned.
I don't know from someone who didn't know diddly and thought it was not so hard and finding out how to keep them well I don't know this lady might of been like me and had to learn how to but I would of asked HER question if she did ask me them as to where to keep them and what kind they are and if they were male thay wanted or female and where they live I reckon this would be the best question if they were in a apt I would not sell them .
You see rabbits this time of year to and they are sold as the chiks are to get for the kids not thinking of what they will do one the kid growns tire of the animal.
Sorry it just gets my feathers ruffled on how they don't think thing through.