Ottawa Humane Society launches ‘Rabbit Week’ in effort to search out without end properties for greater than 20 bunnies

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The OHS introduced final fall that Ottawa’s rabbit inhabitants was approaching disaster ranges, and since then the variety of rabbits in its care has not slowed down.

The Ottawa Humane Society (OHS) is looking for properties for greater than 20 rabbits at the moment in its care. 

As a method to gas the trouble, the OHS has declared the week of Sunday, July 24 to Saturday, July 30 as ‘Rabbit Week’, and can be selling its adoptable rabbits all through the week on its Fb, Twitter and Instagram pages.

The OHS introduced final fall that Ottawa’s rabbit inhabitants was approaching disaster ranges, and since then the variety of rabbits in its care has not slowed down.

“Because the fall, we have constantly had greater than 20 rabbits obtainable for adoption at any given time,” mentioned Stephen Smith, OHS handle of communications. “They’re being adopted out at a gentle tempo, however extra proceed to come back into our care.”

The OHS says a significant component is that many new rabbit house owners is probably not conscious that like cats and dogs, rabbits needs to be sterilized. Doing so advantages the animal’s well being and helps to regulate the home rabbit inhabitants.

“The OHS is the perfect place to get a rabbit as a result of if you undertake a rabbit, not solely are you serving to a bunny in want, however they’ve already been spayed or neutered,” defined Smith.

One explicit rabbit the OHS is hopeful to undertake out this week is an American chinchilla combine named Gordo who has been looking for a without end residence since Might 2021.

All adoptable rabbits can be found on the OHS’s web site or you possibly can name 613-725-3166 ext. 258 to study extra.

It’s again!

On season two of Rabbit Week we’re bringing you lovely rabbit photos and thrilling rabbit info all week. Discover out all about our big-eared associates and in case your good match is on the OHS.https://t.co/nVvHwoMaSC pic.twitter.com/7gEQ8xRXvE

— Ottawa Humane Society (@ottawahumane) July 24, 2022

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