I am bumping this thread back up the top where it belongs, and I am SO GLAD people are realizing what a terrible place this store is.
I walk by every now and then, and I have to cross the street sometimes so as not to get upset by what I see in the window there. Some of the puppies are waaaay too big (well over a few months or so) - they are much too large to be kept in the hideous window area - they are obviously not being purchased, in which case they continue to grow bigger until they are too old, no longer desirable "merchandise," and they ultimately wind up at a local pound or shelter where they are euthanized within a couple of days.
Any store that advertises "no money down, walk out with a puppy" raises huge red flags in my eyes. The kitten you saw probably was very sick, not receiving any attention, and will probably be put to sleep instead of being given adequate health care. It's a sick situation and if no one here reports it to the ASPCA, please let me know, because I certainly will.
And if anyone saw Oprah's episode about puppy mills, you can bet your ass that the animals at the "US Pet Discount" did not come from safe, humane, or sanitary conditions.
I can't even believe pet stores are still in existence at all these days. It's awful.