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on December 12, 2020 at 1:05 AM in Rate_that_Praxis
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One of the twitter replies says these birds are just sold to be released to generate good karma, they’re trained to fly back to their ‘home’ which is wherever the seller keeps them.
0/10 not praxis
I’m not a biologist but I think this would only be bad if they were domesticated and thus unable to fend for themselves, or—most importantly—being released into a foreign environment.
Love the energy though!
Wait. If we’re talking about corporate pet stores then theft is best practice imo
I agree completely. Not sure how one would go about stealing a bird though...
Yeah I couldn’t tell ya. I’m no good at theft but my friend stole a cat from petsmart once. Maybe a team effort involving some sort of distraction. Or flash mob!