I was going to add this to someone else's thread...but whatever. I was at this flea market several months ago (during the summer), lots of rabbits and other small animals. Most of the animals there had water and were in the shade, but there was a couple of jokers who had cages crammed with grade rabbits sitting in the sun. No (or very little) shade, and no water. I checked on them later in the day, and they were showing signs of heat stroke. So I talked to the guy and got the rabbits water, but guess what? Same story next time! What should I do when it happens again? Be firm and bring back-up? Complain to the management or the ASPCA? Even if you look at it purely from the standpoint of money, the guy would do much better selling stuff if he took better care of the animals! As it is, the only people who would buy them is people who feel sorry for the rabbits or people looking for the cheapest animals they can get. I would hate to see the flea market shut down--the folks who run it are really nice--but if stuff like this keeps going on, they are asking for the ASPCA to come in.