I usually never go in there, but in a pinch or to save some time I will stop in. Being as its only 33 miles away and the nearest thing to an actual pet store is 67 miles away. I was low on fuel, and needed crickets. So I swallowed my pride and promised I wouldn't look at their poor animals, just get my crickets and leave. My heart got the best of me, and I went for a quick look. What I saw, I took the the manager. His responses were worse than the tragedy I had witnessed. First, the Anoles. I keep Anoles, and I love them. So I looked there first. Astonished, I saw the largest Brown I had ever seen in my life. This guy was every bit of a foot long, He was huge! I was watching him lumber around their small enclosure for the a while. When he darted across the tank and bit down on a baby Green. And proceeded to eat her. I couldn't watch it, its nature. I know, but I love them and it saddens me. I went to the other side of their display to look at the Leos and Beardys. And I saw a baby Leo, with mouth rot, tail broken, and her little eyes were swollen closed. This is what made me go to the manager. Upon meeting with him, he told me that he couldn't do nothing about the Leo, and that is nature doing it's course. I asked him why he can't "store purchase" some medicine and write it off as their animal health. Because I KNOW they are able to do that. He told me that a $19 dollar lizard isn't worth the price of the medicine.... Then, I showed him the picture on my phone of the Brown eating the Green. He told me that he knows that Brown does that, and its OK because he is killing off the weak and sick ones....why would the knowingly keep sick animals around their healthy ones, and why would he allow a bigger animal to just eat them. I'm just sick of that place, I'm never going back.