Originally rescued by Animal Control from a horrific hoarding situation in Westchester, A&J were featured on ABC News before taken to North Central Animal Shelter from where BWF rescued them. Since November 2014 they shifted a couple of foster homes and were literally dumped by their previous foster at PETCO at FOUR day notice. We’re saddened by this action and hope that a good Samaritan will open his/her heart to them and give them a permanent home. They are only 2 years old and have a whole life ahead of them to be and make YOU happy!
Please consider adopting Alphie and Jolene. If interested, please contact BWF at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here’s information about the impounded bunnies:
BREAKING NEWS ON NBC: Another breeding operation of over 100+ rabbits in the City of Los Angeles.
LINK: House Full of Rabbits Triggers Insect Invasion, Angers Neighbors - http://www.nbclosangeles.com/investigations/Homeowners-House-Full-of-Rabbits-Angers-Neighbors-With-Insect-Ridden-Homes-281537201.html
BWF FACEBOOK POST on November 4th: https://www.facebook.com/125339407504490/photos/pb.125339407504490.-2207520000.1417150496./799083930130031/?type=3&theater
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