Ah gotcha. I originally though that was the person I ignored but just realized no it was the religion person. Sorry ninjaquirrel I did not ignore you.Ninjasquirrel let their rat walk around freely thinking it was potty trained. I’m just informing them that they were wrong.
Well then I choose to discriminate against what I believe to be illogical nonsense that doesn’t contribute to issue at hand. Religion has no place here and it’s not what I want to discuss.@Aapomp831 just an off topic (my apologies) question: ? It's your thread and you can choose to ignore anyone you wish, 'ignoring' people based on personal beliefs is fine, but blatantly 'ignoring' people based on religious beliefs is actually considered discrimination and I just thought you should know this, in case you didn't already. Did you?
The people who do probably got one without knowing the dangers of having them in ones house or just don't care. I kept my baby turkeys in my room, they were in containment but still in my room until they featherd in. I did it so I could build a bond, I knew the risk and what could happen, but made sure it was sanitary(as sanitary as I could be) and in the end, no harm was caused on my side or theirs. But that's just why I would or think others would.Ok, so I tried to ask somebody why they have pictures of their chickens all over their bed (like, a nice bed with a comforter and everything) and of course, people jumped all over me about it. I really need to know, from rational people who are educated in avian diseases, Why do people do this? I am not being nasty, I am incredulous as to why people don’t understand that barnyard animals belong in a barn.... for health reasons. Then people make ridiculous comparisons about dogs and cats, when they carry a completely different disease profile than POULTRY. It’s not worth it arguing with these people, so again someone rational and educated please tell me what these people are thinking.
Serious explanations only. I don’t need people telling me off, I need answers.