So I saw a post this morning of a vegan retailer getting slammed because of their inhumane way of dealing with their pest problem and I didn't quite understand what the problem was. Rats/mice spread germs and disease, I get that there's other ways to trap mice without killing them but what would you do with potentially a lot of mice? Think about it, this place is based in London so there's probably going to be a lot of mice roaming the streets of London right? What would you do with all the mice that you collected? Correct me if I'm wrong but I'm not aware of a mouse or rat sanctuary, yes we'd all like to avoid the killing of anything but is that really practical? It's not exactly the same as humans mass-breeding animals so that they can eat them for lunch we're talking about pests that spread disease and impact health, mosquitoes for example what would you do? Collect all the mosquitoes and place them in safer place? Again I would prefer to avoid the killing of everything but when we're talking about a pest problem that if not dealt with becomes worse and worse what else can we do? I believe in being as vegan as possible but sometimes I think people take veganism to the extreme, what if the cement holding your house together contains animal byproducts? Would you bulldoze your house down and build another? No you wouldn't because it's impractical for you to do so. What are your views on this? Here's an article for the store that's being slammed.