I guess I just have a different set of values. I believe in education, not confrontation. If the shelters were to recruite outdoor rabbit people who knew how to do it right, to educate those who did not know how to do it right, can you imagine how many more rabbits could be saved? Treating caring, responcible, outdoor rabbit owners like abusers is not good for the shelters, it is not good for the house rabbit organizations, or the poor rabbits that are euthanized. Those people that are looking to adopt rabbits to put in little cages are just going to buy rabbits from breeders and the abuse will continue. Wouldn't it be better to work with them at the shelters on providing a better life for their rabbits? And not everyone is going to put there rabbits in the house, nor should everyone. When the kids are fighting and playing loud music all the time, rabbits can get pretty stressed. When someone walks into a shelter, it is a great opportunity to educate, why chase them away?