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Forum RESCUE EFFORTS FOR SHELTERS 300 Rabbits in need of help (Seattle, WA)

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    • Fiver
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      Kitsap Humane Society, outside of Seattle, WA, has just rescued 300 rabbits, from newborn to adult and are in need of help! You can read about the details of the rescue on their blog here. I am in no way affiliated with Kitsap Humane Society, just hoping to generate more help their way. They need donations, volunteers, and fostering. They’re very short on space. Even if you are not in a position to help financially or otherwise, if you could spread the word on social media and the like, it could really help out. Thanks!

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