Rabbit cruelty

Edmonton men charged after rabbits found on bus.

The animals were found by peace officers in the bus at 27th Avenue and 96th Street on Nov. 10, after someone contacted the humane society.

“It’s alleged that many were living in deplorable conditions in their own feces and urine. Some without any food or water and many in very poor health,” said Shawna Randolph, a spokesperson for the Edmonton Humane Society.

The rabbits were removed from the bus. Only eight of the 45 animals were healthy enough to be adopted. The remaining animals . . .

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