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There were a bunch of new zealands used for a study at UC Davis and now that the study is over, they're going to be euthanized unless people want them. Is there anyone who can help these guys? The Yolo SPCA already shut down their bunny program.
YAY Helenor! It's amazing how you took initiative and saved the lives of a bunch of bunnies! Way to make a difference .
I'm glad they're going to be okay. Thanks everyone for all the help and support! I really appreciate it. I will keep emailing her and see if she needs help. I might be able to foster one of them if I can convince my housemate to let me since the lady who will be taking them will be taking care of them out of her own pocket and she has many bunnies to take care of already. I'm just sad that the the SPCA and shelter won't take bunnies anymore. I used to love to volunteer with the SPCA with the bunnies. It's just too bad..