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post #1 of 22 (permalink) Old 02-19-2007, 06:18 PM Thread Starter
 
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Ahhhhhhhh Gah!!!! So Mad!

im so angry right now. YOu guys probly dont know about the buns that are treated like dirt at my school. there are 2 dwarf buns at my school. well the FRICKING IMMATURE FREAKS put them in the same cage and video taped them....you know. Gret now shes pregnant...and shes too old to have babies. im so sick of this. we dont have an aspca, we have police and as far as they are concerned if htey have food water and shelter they arnt being abused. im sick of this. I dont care what anyone says anymore. me and my friend are breaking into the school this weekend and taking both rabbits.


The only thing thats concerning me is they have tatoos in their ears....



im sick of this im not letting them be abused like this. nobody would let this happen to a child....I really dont care how much trouble I get into. this is disgustig. I'll keep you guys updated.
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post #2 of 22 (permalink) Old 02-20-2007, 12:21 PM
 
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Good luck! I don't usually agree with law breaking but I feel the same way if no-one else will help it's upto good people to save animals from cruelty, go for it!!!
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eeek. you'll be kicked outta school!!
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Im not saying to do it... but GOOD LUCK WITH THE BABY BUNNS

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i'd have to say this is prolly really not a good idea.. you guys getting arrested or kicked out of school Will not help the rabbits.. are the rabbits in a certain class or do they kinda belong to the whole school.. maybe you could print out some information, some reasons why there being mistreated and present it to the head of the school (principle/dean)..
if they dont do anything about it maybe you could talk to other students.. or call a local news channel to bring it to the publics attention..
i dont know what kinda school you goto or where in wisconsin you live.. but i know it would be extreamly diffacult to get into any of the schools where i used to live.. and they all had cameras, you would be arrested for sure. and that wouldnt help the rabbits at all.



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I like your drive and I agree with flower girl. Keep us posted
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Honestly I would probably do the same thing.I wouldn't care about getting arrested or any of that,but thats just me.

Why are they in your school? Is it for an experiment or something?

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it would probably be a good idea to petition the school to have the female spayed right away. This way she dosn't have to 'try' and give birth at an old age, nevermind they won't need to try to find homes.
Speak up, and tell the teachers/principle what is going on and that it is not fare to the animals to live this way.

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people like that dont understand common sense....they think its cute...aww babies.....fight for what you believe in, personally i d do it in a heartbeat


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Sorry guys I forgot I posted this thread here, its at another forum to!


Im going talk to my teacher to see if I can buy them both.


They technically belong to the FFA. ITs my animal tech 2 class. they are physically abused and the cages are disgusting. Im bringing them things, I give them fruit and veggies everyday and im getting them new beds and they NEED new cages.


Im not sure what Im going to do yet. If I dont get htem im not going to get caught....I dont know how I would unless they searched my house.


Im going to try to buy them first, then I will decide.


heres the female



heres both the females on top and the males on the bottom.

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aww there lovely dutches

its a shame about there cage it will be very hard on there feet poor things


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post #13 of 22 (permalink) Old 02-23-2007, 04:15 PM
 
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aww the cage bottom is horrible for their feet.

they have nothing soft to lay on.

print out as much info as you can and present it to the teacher. ask about taking them off the schools hands.
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I hate when animals are at a school for testing purposes.I had a rabbit that was once a labratory animal.Someone elses son rescued it but eventually it became mine.The rabbit had lots of problems [had half an ear,someone thought it would look better with a short ear& one long at the university,sick people!]& it couldnt hop normal,put it this way,lots of vet visits until it got old & started suffering & I don't like to see any animal suffer so I put the poor thing down humanely.But it lived a long bunny life.
Since then if someone mentions a rabbit [or any animal] at a school,it makes me want to go to the school& strangle the person in charge.

I'm glad you are speaking up for these rabbits Good luck!
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