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Hi there! I live in Miami and 2 days ago someone alerted me that a family was evicted from their home and just left their 4 bunnies outside with no water or proper shelter. There appear to be 3 girls and 1 boy and all of them are probably 3-5 months old. I picked them up and got them safe in my home. I now need help getting them into a rescue or into foster homes. I have called Miami-Dade humane society, Broward Humane Society, Eco Deco pet hospital, and Luv-a-bun but everyone has turned me away.
Does anyone know of other rabbit rescues or foster homes in South Florida?
Thank you for all your help!
I know there is a big rescue in Gainesville, but it is far from you.
ETA: Here it is: http://www.facebook.com/RabbitRescueNetwork/