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PETA first contacted Target in 1999 to ask that it remove AquaBabies from its shelves. We sent countless follow-up letters and provided statements from experts describing why the tiny tanks are sorely inadequate for the fish, frogs, and snails imprisoned in them. We also posted action alerts and a feature on our Web site with this information, asking for letters and phone calls to the company. Target finally relented and followed the progressive example set by Walgreens, Eckerd, Rite Aid, Albertson’s, Longs Drug Stores, and others by ending its sale of AquaBabies.

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PETA first contacted Target in 1999 to ask that it remove AquaBabies from its shelves. We sent countless follow-up letters and provided statements from experts describing why the tiny tanks are sorely inadequate for the fish, frogs, and snails imprisoned in them. We also posted action alerts and a feature on our Web site with this information, asking for letters and phone calls to the company. Target finally relented and followed the progressive example set by Walgreens, Eckerd, Rite Aid, Albertson’s, Longs Drug Stores, and others by ending its sale of AquaBabies.

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Frogs and crabs are also kept in these tiny “aquariums.” The problem with AquaBabies are thus: 1 AquaBabies are 4-inch plastic cubes containing fish, snails, and frogs for sale in drugstores and convenience stores around the country. The AquaBabies containers do not provide adequate space for even the smallest of animals, and since they are frequently sold as “impulse” items next to cash registers, the majority of purchasers aren’t equipped with the knowledge they need to properly care for these animals. The fate of the surviving animals is bleak once they are purchased, and their presence on store shelves encourages an unenlightened attitude about animals. More and more companies are refusing to sell AquaBabies, including Walgreen’s, Eckerd, Rite Aid, and Albertson’s, because of customer complaints. Express your concern for animals whose lives are being endangered and lost in the hands of impulse buyers by writing to companies that sell AquaBabies.

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AquaBabies are 4-inch plastic cubes containing fish, snails, and frogs for sale in drugstores and convenience stores around the country. The AquaBabies containers do not provide adequate space for even the smallest of animals, and since they are frequently sold as “impulse” items next to cash registers, the majority of purchasers aren’t equipped with the knowledge they need to properly care for these animals. The fate of the surviving animals is bleak once they are purchased, and their presence on store shelves encourages an unenlightened attitude about animals. More and more companies are refusing to sell AquaBabies, including Walgreen’s, Eckerd, Rite Aid, and Albertson’s, because of customer complaints. Express your concern for animals whose lives are being endangered and lost in the hands of impulse buyers by writing to companies that sell AquaBabies.

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