Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Easter Bunnies that Didn't Sell in Nashville

WSMV TV of Nashville reported yesterday that "an attempt to make money at Easter led to almost three dozen rabbits being dropped off at Metro Animal Control." Officials stated the rabbits were bred for Easter and when they didn't sell, the breeder decided to "get rid of them." Fortunately, he took them to a shelter. The great people at Bunny Rescue, a local rabbit rescue, is taking care of the rabbits and coordinating foster homes for them. If you can help go to the Bunny Rescue website link above to find contact information for them in Nashville. (Photo credit: WSMV TV)