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Apr 1, 2010 12:09 AM by Ariel Wesler

Central Coast rabbits need homes

With Easter just around the corner, Santa Barbara County Animal Shelters are encouraging residents to take a bunny home for the holiday. The shelters have more than 150 rabbits in need of homes.

The regular price of adoption had been reduced from $25 to $20 for the first adopted rabbit and $12 for the second rabbit during the month of April. All rabbits adopted from the Santa Barbara County Shelters are spayed and neutered.

The shelter says rabbits have a seven to ten year lifespan and can improve the quality of life for their owners.

For more information on adopting a rabbit from the Santa Barbara County Animal Shelters, click here.

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