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Home Page Forums RESCUE EFFORTS FOR SHELTERS Severe situation in New England

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    The situation at the Animal Care & Control shelter has become extremely dire. Already filled to the top with abandoned / rescued rabbits, a single person just surrendered over 20 rabbits, adding the total to over 50 rabbits. This shelter is high-kill and way beyond capacity.

    They’re now extremely desperate for fosters / boarders and adopters. All will be S/N before arrival. They’re looking for fosters or adopters in the New England and New York area. Transportation may also be available.

    If interested and available, contact Mary Christine at 917-476-4384 or contact Linda Thibault at Hop A Long Hollow Rabbit Shelter.

    Or, please spread this post around! Especially to anyone you know in the area. Let’s find these bunnies homes! 


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