[Animal News]Abandoned animals are evils every day. Recently, two rabbits were abandoned in the grass of Ma Liu Shui and Tsing Yi. Fortunately, they were rescued by volunteers in time. Otherwise, it would rain for days and be abandoned outdoors. Rabbits have the opportunity to die from diseases such as pneumonia caused by wet water. Ms. Chen, a rabbit volunteer, told this newspaper that it is difficult for domestic rabbits to survive outdoors and must not be abandoned in the wild. She appeals to owners who cannot continue to raise rabbits to contact rabbit volunteer organizations to accept them.
Ms. Chen, who is an independent rabbit volunteer, said that a citizen found an abandoned rabbit in the grass of Ma Liu Shui on November 17 and asked for help from the Rabbit House. She, her friends and volunteers from the Rabbit House all went to rescue the rabbit, but the The rabbit was very vigilant and failed to catch him several times. Fortunately, volunteers from the rabbit house successfully rescued the rabbit on November 19. She said that it is estimated that the rabbit has been wandering in the grass for more than 10 days. There are many fleas and mites on its body, and the body is fine. It is at least 3 to 4 years old.
On November 22, someone found an abandoned rabbit in the grass in Tsing Yi. After learning about it, Ms. Chen rushed to the scene to rescue the rabbit. She said that the rabbit was estimated to be only 5 to 6 months old, and the days of wandering should not be long. Fortunately, it was rescued in time. The rabbit is currently in her temporary care and will be handed over to Tulu for adoption later.
Ms. Chen pointed out that in just a few days, two rabbits have been abandoned in the grass. The abandonment situation is very serious, especially the rabbits cannot survive outdoors. If it doesn’t come, the rabbit will definitely die.” She hopes that if the owner wants to abandon it, they should contact the rabbit volunteer organization.
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