MONTEREY COUNTY (KRON) — Since Easter, 97 rabbits have been rescued by SPCA (Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) for Monterey County, and are in need of homes.
Humane officers rescued 54 of them and another 37 were brought to the shelter by owners who could no longer care for them.
Another six babies were born last week, bringing the total to 97.
Almost 100 rabbits in need of homes since Easter
“Thanks to adopters and rabbit rescue groups, the SPCA has found placement for 27 of the rabbits,” SPCA officials said. The rest of the rabbits are still in their care and being prepared for adoption.
Seven of the rabbits are ready to be adopted, and over 20 more will soon be ready.
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