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Home Page Forums RESCUE EFFORTS FOR SHELTERS Do you need a license for a small rabbit rescue?

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  • Cloud Bunny
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    Do you need a license in MO, for a small rabbit rescue with no more then 10 rabbits? 



    Jessica
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    i would as you local animal shelter about that info i think, i dont have a clue but they might.



    tobyluv
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    You could try asking one of the other rabbit rescues in MO. There are 2 HRS chapters:

    http://www.mohrs.org/
    http://www.hrsmostl.org/



    Jessica
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    that too, they would definatley know 


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