Rabbit rescue president charged with animal cruelty


SAVAGE, Minn. (AP) — Prosecutors have charged the president of a Savage-based rabbit rescue nonprofit with animal cruelty and torture after police found practically 50 useless rabbits in a barn.

The Star Tribune reviews police arrived on the barn, dubbed “Peacebunny Cottage” on June 27 to analyze reviews of sick and useless rabbits.

In accordance with a legal grievance, they discovered 47 useless rabbits, scores of rabbits working unfastened, some that had burrowed into manure, one rabbit with a damaged again and a child rabbit infested with maggots.

In accordance with the grievance, Peacebunny Basis President Stephanie Smith stated the animals’ situation wasn’t acceptable. She’s attributable to make her first court docket look on Aug. 22.



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