Depending on your definition of "soon", I disagree. I boycott all breeders, regardless of practices, and I encourage everyone else to do the same. The only way to save the animals in shelters is to adopt them, and that won't happen if people are buying from breeders and pet stores instead. Only by discouraging breeders and pet stores by boycotting them will we eventually get them to stop creating overpopulation among animals that die every day in shelters.
Do I think breeders should treat their rabbits better? Yes. Treat them better by not treating them as a commodity and overbreeding them!!!
If you want to boycott breeders, that is your right, but it will be an uphill battle. Rabbits first came to this country as livestock, and they are still bred as livestock today, far more than pets. To stop breeding rabbits, you would have to fight the ARBA along with the ALBC, and both of these organizations have business on their side, both big and small.
Unfortunatly, people adopt pets for their own reasons, not ours. Some people will always opt for a rescue because they want to give an unwanted pet a home. Some opt for bunnies because the want to get the right pet for their family, and a bunny is what they want to raise, and they feel no obligation to the rescue rabbits because they themselves did not cause the problem. And then there are all kinds of people inbetween. If people who wanted baby bunnies could not get them, rather than a rescue rabbit, many of these would opt for a kitten or puppy instead of a rabbit.
If rescue organization worked on developing good relationships with other rabbit owners and others in the pet business, perhaps pet store bunnies would be sold as altered, which would lessen the problem of backyard breeders, and large chain stores might be open to donating more to rabbit rescue organizations. This would allow organizations to set up more santuaries to put unsocialzed rabbits in, which would allow organizations to spend more time and effort on those rabbits that really do crave human contact. I can't say for sure that this would work, but I can say for sure that what is going on right now isn't working. Who wants to donate to organizations that try to force their beliefs on others with intimidation tactics?
The problem of too many pets in shelters reflects a problem with our society, and to change that is going to take a lot more than a boycott.