Rex rabbit, extra soft fur, on yellow towel
in Santa Cruz Animal Shelter
The rabbits in the previous post, True Story, have become the property of Santa Cruz Animal Care and Control, that's good for the rabbits they don't have to go back to the breeder. The rabbits are are currently the Santa Cruz and Watsonville Shelters however the Rabbit Haven is completely responsible for care, feeding, rescue, foster and adoption. The rabbits in the shelters only have until December 17th to get out of the shelters; at this point there are about 75. On the 17th of December the shelters will euthanize any remaining rabbits; Out of the frying pan and into the gas chamber. These rabbits need to get out ASAP. If you can rescue a rescued rabbit by adopting one or two or more, to be kept indoors, you will save a bunny's life. Contact Heather at the Rabbit Haven if you can open your home and heart to one (or more) of these rabbits; 831-600-7479 or firstname.lastname@example.org Make the call and get a rabbit the same day !!
Another Rex, love his spots!, he was out in a pen
when I was there and having a really good time.
One of five adorable babies, this one is loving hay.
This guy may be small, but, I have the feeling,
he is big on personality.