The shelter is hopping with rabbits right now, according to Gina Hardter, director of marketing and communications for the AWLA. A residence realized they had too many bunnies to care for and had to part with some of them.
“They are coming out of their shells in our Adoption room, and enjoying the new experiences, including their hidey houses and straw toys,” Hardter said, “as well as the attention lavished upon them by staff and volunteers.”
In some good news, Annie, the high-fiving cat featured in last week’s adoptable pet profile, has been adopted.
“You’ll be excited to hear that after over a year with us, Annie just went home this afternoon, and I’m sure that is in part due to her coverage in your publication,” said Hardter. “Thank you so much for helping Annie find her people!”
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