A.N.N.A Shelter Rescues Abandoned Bunnies in Warren

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WARREN, Pa. (Erie News Now) — The A.N.N.A. Shelter received a call from the Pennsylvania State Police on Tuesday, about a cage of rabbits that were abandoned in Warren, PA.

Photo: ANNA Shelter’s Facebook Page

Upon investigation, the Trooper on the scene found five bunnies abandoned in a dog crate in a wooded area.

According to a Facebook post, a A.N.N.A. family member was able to drive out and collect the rabbits.

However, only three of the five bunnies survived. The three surviving rabbits made their way to see Dr. Sarah at the A.N.N.A. Wellness Center in Corry.

The bunnies were examined, spayed/neutered and are ready for adoption.

The A.N.N.A. Shelter said if anyone happens to recognize these bunnies to contact the PA State Police in Warren at (814) 728-3600.


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