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Please hep spread the word to not buy the bunnies for sale at the South Florida Fair. Bunnies are a 10 year commitment and getting one should not be decided upon on a whim. The bunnies at the fair are not housed properly – they are living on wire cage floors and put on display for people to poke and prod at them. They are not fed properly; instead of hay and a handful of pellets, they are only fed pellets and carrots only – no hay. Please educate others that adopting instead of shopping helps saves lives on bunnies in need.
We will be presenting “Emily’s Corner” soon.
Massive Rabbit Rescue Babies Update
The 34 rescued rabbits are doing well, especially the babies. See the new video below of the little cuties with their new hair.
Things are hopping for South Florida rabbit-rescue group.
See the video and full article.
WPTV Newschannel 5
35 rabbits rescued from Broward county man.
We need your help…
Luv-A-Bun Rabbit Rescue rescued 34 bunnies from inhumane living conditions this past weekend. Crowded Bunnies. Pregnant Bunnies. Dead Bunnies. They were cramped in 3 different small cages, unable to hop. All the bunnies are safe with Luv-A-Bun and are feeling freedom for the first time. Grass beneath their feet, fresh air to breathe and as much hay and veggies as they can eat. They are simply in bunny heaven as for the first time they get to experience that special spring in their hop that we bunny lovers affectionately call binkies!
We are so glad that we were able to take them out of the situation. But their troubles aren’t over yet. We can only temporarily care for them until October 25th. We are in urgent need of your help.
We are contacting your rescue group in hopes that you can take at least a pair of rabbits.
We are fortunate and so grateful that the SPCA Wild Life Care Center of Ft. Lauderdale has offered to selflessly volunteer their time to spay and neuter all the bunnies. That is one less worry for the rescues who are able to help by “taking just one pair”.
On behalf of the rabbits, thank you.
For further information on how you can help, call Megan of Luv-A-Bun Rabbit Rescue (561) 596-8175 located in Palm Beach County.
RIP the 10 bunnies that couldn’t hold on until we got there.
PLEASE forward this email to other animal lovers.
See our video for the story below.