"Why? You need to sweep the floor every morning anyways." Richard didn't give a damn. "Jeff, you are too detail oriented, which will make it difficult for you to find a boyfriend." "I don't need boyfriends! And you promised me to help me find multiple girlfriends in 3 months! If you can't keep your promise, you are doomed!" Zhang Zian threatened Richard. "Quack! Quack! Never mind." Richard changed the subject. "Trust me and listen to my words, and you will see the benefits when the time comes." Zhang Zian couldn't believe anything Richard said. He drove Richard away from the rail and opened the shutter door, letting fresh air come in. He wondered whether he was influenced by what Sun Xiaomeng had said yesterday, but he felt that since Richard arrived at his pet shop, the air in his shop had become quite dirty—literally and figuratively. It didn't matter if cats or dogs shed their fur, because they had long and soft fur. But the feather-dust that fell from parrots and pigeons were fine particles like PM2.5, which would float in the air and be inhaled into people's lungs. Of course, keeping one or two parrots would be fine; as long as frequent ventilation was guaranteed, the damage would be minor compared to indoor smoking. Fina came down from the second floor at a slow pace, followed closely by Snowy Lionet.