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Home Page Forums RESCUE EFFORTS FOR SHELTERS Rabbits Needing Homes Near Edmonton, AB Canada

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  • Bunny Hugger
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    Please read this sad story to find out more about the many rabbits needing care in Alberta. Many of the rescue societies do not have the space or resources to help all these rabbits: http://www.cbc.ca/beta/news/canada/edmonton/father-s-horrible-rabbit-farm-adds-to-parkland-county-woman-s-grief-1.3441856



    Kokaneeandkahlua
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    Heart breaking-it’s wonderful they aren’t battling the owner, that the daughter is working to find them homes.



    LittlePuffyTail
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    I saw this on Facebook. So sad that so many rabbits live in horrendous barns like this, hidden away.



    Sr. Melangell
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    That is very sad.



    Mimsy
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    I think those are very lucky bunnies. The women is obviously doing her best and cares greatly about getting these guys into good homes. So many people would of handled this is a very less than desirable way.

    I hope she gets a lot of help and finds home for them all.



    LongEaredLions
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    This is terrible for those poor bunnies. The daughter is so lovely for doing everything she is to find them great homes. Hopefully they will all be in loving forever homes soon.


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