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Humane Society Break-in

Saturday, February 27th, 2010

On Feb. 24 the Grayson County Humane Society in Kentucky was broken into. A cash box was taken during the break-in. What is truly horrifying is what else the culprits did. Dogs and cats were beaten and killed. Several weeks prior to this break-in, someone sneaked into the facility and released all of the dogs.

The shelter is looking for any information that may help catch these criminals. They ask that those with tips contact the Leitchfield Police at 207-259-3850.

In addition to information, the shelter is seeking donations and people willing to foster animals during this time.

To help and to read more, visit their website: http://www.graysonhumane.org/.

5 Gift Ideas for Rabbit Lovers

Monday, December 8th, 2008

With the holidays fast approaching, here are a few gift ideas for rabbit lovers.

  1. “Solitude” – 8.5 x 11 Print – $20.00
    This adorable print of an acrylic painting by Kristiana Pärn features a crisp white rabbit on a swing. It’s the perfect wall accessory for your friend/family member’s bunny-proofed room!
    Buy it from Etsy
  2. Squirrel and Bunny Recipe Cards (Set of 10) – $8.00
    These cute forest creatures wearing aprons and exhibiting excellent culinary techniques make cooking extra fun! Showcasing wonderful illustrations by Susie Ghahremani, these recipe cards will spice up anyone’s cooking experience!
    Buy it from Etsy
  3. Bunnies in Boats by Rob Styler – $9.99
    Bunnies in Boats tells the story of a rabbit tribe happily living on an island until the waters around them start to rise. As fear sweeps over the tribe, one family strives to find a solution to this impending problem. Not only is this little book a good read, purchasing a copy also helps fund the maintenance of My House Rabbit and plants a tree!
    Buy the book
  4. Watership Down by Richard Adams – $10.88
    This is classic tale of a community of rabbits who must flee their English countryside warren due to land development. The novel comments on the downside to urban development and serves as an allegory to human culture and interaction.
    Buy it from Amazon
  5. House Rabbit Society Gift Donation
    Make a donation to the House Rabbit Society (or local chapter) in someone’s name. The person will receive membership to the House Rabbit Journal which contains helpful information about rabbit health and behavior.
    Donate to the HRS