Yesterday I went to a pet store. These are some pictures. Many baby boas in a cramped, dirty enclosure. Three adult (or juvenile) boas being cramped into a small, dirty enclosure. I don't know if these two snakes should be housed together. There was a tiny fish in that bowl. Tank in front: Three adult bearded dragons (I believe two females and one male) in the same small cage. Dirty and unkempt. Tank in background: Up to 7 adult/Juvenile bearded dragon (all males, owner claimed) in the same small tank, dirty, etc. There were about four of these huge turtles in the same, disgusting, small tank. Many red bellied frogs being kept in a cricket keeper with stale, dirty, poopy water, gross plastic sides, very overcrowded. These tropical fish were kept in small (3x5 in) tanks with no ventilation, very high up. Stale water. (sorry for upside-down picture) up to 50 of these baby turtles were being kept in the same 40 gallon tank, it was dirty, no food provided, no water provided. Baby bearded dragons. He had three of these "baby tanks" full of baby beardies. Some looked very stressed, some were missing toes and tail tips, and it was disgustingly overcrowded and dirty in the tanks. These (monitors? what are they) lizards, about four or five of them (I assume adults) were being kept in the same dirty cage. All were unalert, very drowsy, didn't have food/water.. dirty cage. Did I mention that none of these animals had lights? None of them had hiding holes, perches.. Nothing. Just dirty substrate and maybe a water dish. Here is what caught my attention the most. Since I already know how to care for chameleons, I considered taking this boy in. He was estimated to be 3 mo. His horns aren't even popping out of his skin yet. My own cricket container is better than what this guy called a "cage". I treated my feeders better than this guy treats his own product. I will be receiving (possibly) help from a member of CF. I am going to report the store and take MANY high quality pictures (these were quickly snapped with my ipod) after I buy the chameleon with her help. I will be selling it to a better home possibly when it is recouped. Thanks for reading. I do not know how to care for the other reptiles in the store. Otherwise I'd be more than happy to save the animals. I just feel so ... changed after walking in there.