As I recall, we could have over a hundred adoptions within a month (at that time).
At that time we were trying to attract people's love for animals, and also to help with our finances.
New charity activities and donations are on the rise these years. Thus animal adoption no longer stands out.
Right now we do have sufficient government subsidies. I'm not blaming these adopters after all they did contribute to the zoo. We are in fact very appreciative.
God's way of answering the Christian's prayer for more patience, experience, hope and love often is to put him into the furnace of affliction
We had to take this action to protect our business and the interests of our consumers. Conduct from private label manufacturers that can mislead consumers cannot be tolerated. P&G invests heavily in research, development and intellectual property and design, and must protect that investment.
What do we live for; if it is not to make life less difficult to each other?