College Bunnies Get Early Christmas Reprieve
The University of Victoria in Canada has a major bunny problem and it has nothing to do with coeds posing in Playboy. After years and years of students releasing their pet rabbits into the wild, the feral rabbit population on campus bloomed to over 1,000 thumpers, forcing the school to start a killing program that sent animal rescue groups into action.
Check out this nice video detailing their trip to our side of the border and how they'll all soon be enjoying a purdy animal sanctuary in Texas complete with lil' bunny chalets.
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