This is stupid. I go to a feed store in another city, about 45 minutes away from my home, where they sell chicks pretty much all year round. I decided I needed more birds so off we went to get some. When we got there they had 20 Cornish that were too big for the cage. So I talked my DH into letting me take them all. The worker got a box that I didn't really think was big enough. But I got distracted with my 2 toddlers around and picking out the laying birds I wanted. When they put them all in that box I figured they had it handled and didn't think about it again. It's stupid. I feel stupid. We got home and only 7 were alive. They were in rough shape. I went about saving them but 1 still died overnight. So now of 20 I bought only 6 lived. The box was too small, as I had suspected. So obviously I feel horrible because I didn't say anything. I feel responsible. I also feel like they are responsible. I've bought birds from them quite often and they sell a lot so I had a certain level of trust in their ability to box up those birds. I called and they are going to "see what we can do". Would you feel like they should reimburse the dead birds or would you feel like you deserved to take the financial hit for not saying anything?