In their never-ending crusade to save Christmas by apparently demanding that every retailer in America to use the word “Christmas” in its holiday (sorry, Christmas) promotions, the American Family Association is now targeting PetSmart for denying Christmas to the nation’s pets:
At PetSmart, Christmas doesn’t exist
Send an e-mail to PetSmart and ask why they refuse to include Christmas in their promotion, choosing to only use holiday.
At PetSmart, Christmas doesn’t exist. It is not to be found anywhere on their Web Site. AFA checked out the local PetSmart store and there was no Christmas there, either.
A search on PetSmart’s home page found 252 references to “holiday.” It also found 43 references to “Christmas.” But, alas, this is very misleading. When you click on “Christmas” you are directed to a page containing the same gifts you get when you search for holiday. Of all the items that pop up when you search for Christmas, not a single one mentions Christmas or is identified as being a Christmas gift.
At PetSmart, everything is “holiday.”
Of course, since Christmas is a holiday, it kind of makes sense that all of the Christmas gifts would also be holiday gifts as well. But apparently PetSmart has already gotten the message: