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2022 is over!

2022 was a tough year for us. We still managed to rehome a bunch of rabbits, break even (more or less) financially, and provide pro bono services for dozens of customers who had nowhere else to turn. We’ve taken in a few charity cases too that are ineligible for rehome based on their specific needs and were able to provide for them. All of this was possible thanks to your support. We could not have done any of this without you so thank you so much for supporting our blog and our work saving rabbits. In this new year we are hoping to stabilize financially, save towards a larger facility and staff/volunteers so we can take on more cases, and continue our research to improve the quality of life for these animals.

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