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Hundreds of rabbits discovered living in Edmonton home

More than 500 rabbits were discovered living inside a south Edmonton home a few weeks ago.

"You have to wonder if the rabbits were carrying disease when there were so many of them in the house," said one neighbour who asked not be identified.

The resident tells CTV News rabbit droppings have littered neighbouring yards.

Residents say the animals chewed up their plants and created holes in their yards.

The animals have since been removed from the home, but the damage to the home is extensive.

Rabbit stew for everyone...I'm buying.
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Any neighbors named Mr. McGregor?

I don't think rabbits can clim fences, That must mean that the neighbors, nor the rabbit owner, did not have fences.

However, I know from my own yard that rabbits go through chain link fences with ease, so I assume they wold only need a small hole a small opening in any fence.

Fences make good neighbors.

500 is much too many rabbits in a home. Flopsy, Mopsy and Cottontail should be plenty for anybody.


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(NT) It all began with 2 of the cutest bunnies they ever saw?
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When my wife sees a couple of bunnies in our garden

they look to her like furry slippers. Happy

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