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Brother Wolf asks for help with rescued rabbits

The 50 rabbits rescued from a hoarding situation in January have quickly multiplied, leaving Brother Wolf Animal Rescue in need of a little help. (Photo credit: WLOS staff)

The 50 rabbits rescued from a hoarding situation in January have quickly multiplied, leaving Brother Wolf Animal Rescue in need of a little help.

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The number of bunnies is nearing 200, including those in foster homes.

"We really need donations. A lot of these rabbits, because they were in close quarters, rabbits will fight out of stress and they will also mate," Brother Wolf's Sheridan Boyle said. "So, our expenses have now gone over $10,000 trying to get them all spayed and neutered."

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Many of the rabbits also needed other medical care.

You can apply to adopt or foster one of the rabbits through Brother Wolf's website.

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