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BINKYBUNNY FORUMS > RESCUE EFFORTS FOR SHELTERS > Can bunny train if ever needed
Last Post by brittbritt at 4/06/2011 9:03 PM (2 Replies)
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User is Offline brittbritt
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4/06/2011 8:02 PM

I live in Florence, Alabama which is in the upper north west corner of Alabama real close to Tennessee. I will be driving this weekend to help get a pair of rescue guinea pigs to their new owner. We call it piggy trains as they're coming through a few states to get to their new home.

I thought I'd offer up my services if anyone needed help transporting rabbits to a new home. I'm comfortable driving at least 2-3 hours in one direction by myself. I just need to know a little ahead of time to line up someone to watch my daughter while I drive. Just keep me in mind if anyone ever needs help transporting bunnies.


User is Offline Monkeybun
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4/06/2011 8:39 PM
I recently did that with a group called RabbitWise's Bunderground RailRoad. It was a blast! You might want to check it out, http://bundergroundrailroad.org

User is Offline brittbritt
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4/06/2011 9:03 PM
I'll definitely check it out. Thanks.
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