Dozens of rabbits from humane investigation in need of homes

December 9, 2015

Animal Humane Society is seeking homes for dozens of rabbits as the result of a humane investigations case. Thirty-eight rabbits and 42 guinea pigs were surrendered to Animal Humane Society from an individual living in the Brainerd area. According to an AHS Humane Agent, the animals were found living in deplorable conditions, in filthy travel carriers in a tarped carport-type building, without heat or proper ventilation.

Many of the rabbits are already available at our five adoption centers. Most of the guinea pigs required temporary foster care and will be available for adoption at a later date. Visit our adoption centers or webpages to learn more about the rabbits and critters currently available for adoption.

The rabbits and guinea pigs were living in filthy travel carriers in a tarped carport-type building, without heat or proper ventilation.

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