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Brother Wolf's 50+ rescue rabbits have birthed 40 baby bunnies that need homes

Brother Wolf's 50+ rescue rabbits have birthed 40 baby bunnies that all need fosters, homes and donations to pay for spay/neuter and care. (Photo credit: Brother Wolf)

Just last month we learned that 50 rabbits rescued from a hoarding situation needed fosters, new homes, and donations to pay for spay/neuter and care.

We all should have known what was coming next: many of the rabbits were expecting little rabbits, and now 40 brand-new baby bunnies need forever homes as well (that's 90+ in all, a LOT of hoppers).

And there might be more on the way.

The new arrivals also need fosters, new homes, and donations to pay for spay/neuter and care.

In January, the rescue organization received a call from an Asheville woman who was trying to help a neighbor take care of some bunnies the neighbor had rescued in a neighboring county. The neighbor said the rabbits she had rescued were escaping their hutches, and another neighbor had already shot and killed three of them.

What the Asheville woman didn't know when she offered to house the rescue rabbits is that there would be over 50 of them moving into her barn--and what Brother Wolf didn't know is that most of the females among the 50+ buns were expecting.

If you are able to foster a rescued baby or adult hopper (or two), visit bwar.org/foster for more information and requirements. If you are interested in adopting, email adopt@bwar.org.

If you can’t do either but still want to help, consider purchasing some much-needed supplies for the dozens of bunnies this organization has stepped up to care for.

You can also donate to a rabbit spay or neuter at bwar.org/donate.

Check out adoptable bunnies here.

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