Rescued bunnies find new homes

June 19, 2010 5:44:49 PM PDT
Several people took new friends home Saturday during a rabbit adoption drive in San Francisco.

Animal care officers took custody of about two dozen rabbits that were discovered inside a flower shop on Wednesday.

Saturday's event gave future bunny parents a chance to learn more about their new family members.

"So we're training people how to litter box train their bunny, about the importance of spay and neuter, the importance of rabbits living inside as part of the family, just like you would a pampered housecat and that rabbits when cared for properly can live to be more than 10 or 11 years old," Marcy Schaff of Save a Bunny Rabbit Rescue said.

It is illegal to sell rabbits in San Francisco and some city leaders want to extend that ban to dogs and cats.


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