Walmart Store Removes Glue Traps

August 2011 

At a Walmart store in Texas, a bird became mired in a glue trap set for rodents. A staffer then paraded around the store with the trapped animal and proceeded to kick the bird and the trap across the floor. Other staff members came to the bird’s rescue, safely freeing him. Animal control and PETA worked with Walmart, and the glue traps have been removed and are reportedly now banned at this location.

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