So on that note, I also was put into a situation that made me reflect on something else. Our uncle was here talking to us, about when he was a kid. He went on to explain that one Easter he thinks he had over 300 rabbits and he sold them for about 1.00 each. When he sees our rabbits his eyes always light up. It always takes him back to those days and you can see it. When I pull a baby bunny out of the nest box he looks like a kid all over again.
So in the era of political correctness, and animal rights activists, we have managed to completely exile those who just plain and simply love baby animals and the rewarding effects they do have. Of course we don't need more baby animals in this world. But at the same time, I look back to when I was a kid and the first time I found a stray cat. And the first time that stray cat had a litter of kittens. I was in pure heaven. I had never in my life witnessed or loved anything so magical. I was hooked and it made me love animals all the more. Granted i never set out and planned to profit off of them. But it did sculpt me. And to this day I run into people who have never had a pet and I secretly think (what is wrong with you?). I feel like it instills a compassion in you that sometimes you may not come across.
So while I am fairly judging of the rotten breeders out there, sometimes it's wise to sit back and think in simpler terms. That not everyone is out there to breed for money and that sometimes one litter could be a memory that changes someones life forever. Those animal lovers often go on to be great defenders for many animals. So I'm going to really work on thinking there are good people out there that can make good choices and hopefully not ruin it for everyone. And I am going to block out the bad eggs and keep hoping that Karma catches up with them.