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But I am a big 'eye for an eye' fan and believe that the punishment should equal the crime.
Ditto!!!! Glad someone else think so too!!!
I wish I had seen this thread earlier, I follow the Little Miracles Rabbit Rescue on Facebook
and their efforts and all the hoops they jumped through to get down there and get the bunnies was really amazing. Kristie flew down to do her own investigation to make sure this woman was dismantling her 'operation' (insert any of many bad words here) and organized any group or individual between Florida and NJ who could take in one or as many bunnies as possible along the way. She posted constantly about every step of the journey.
You have to go back quite a few pages to reach the journey posts since they do update so much, but it's worth it to go through and read how they organized and pulled this together so quickly.
The photos of the conditions those rabbits were kept in were horrible and depressing, row after row of wire cages. LMRR has photos albums you can see how they got them out, distributed the ones they could, she rented a vehicle and started the long drive home with all the rest, giving them the best care she could while the rest of LLRR was preparing for their arrival.
You can see photos of all the bunnies in clean pens, with solid flooring, blankets and toys for the first time in their lives, most look frightened to death and afraid to move and some had bad medical problems. But in later posts and photos you can see how they're adapting and even doing binkies now.
Thank for posting this kral.