The humane society takes in around 50 rabbits in a year. They have 21 already, and it's just March.
Executive Director Kendall Paul said fast breeding times coupled with pets that are not fixed are the primary culprits. Paul says a new deal will allow people to save a life, and some cash. Paul says they will hold the rabbits as long as there is enough space for all of them.
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