I thought that the long lines and the produce always being out of stock was bad enough, but then I noticed the small family of birds living at my local Safeway (Nutley St, Fairfax, VA). I wrote a letter to Safeway’s corporate offices about a week ago to complain about the poor state of the store, but I guess that management really doesn’t care enough to act quickly. My question is, if there’s no birdbath inside Safeway, then where do the birds bathe?
We can’t imagine a more perfect bird sanctuary than a supermarket: plenty to eat in produce, “rainfall” every day, and no predators. At least not at this Safeway.