Homeowners in New Jersey have taken the idea of people being “animal people” to a whole new level. After getting a call to its Animal Cruelty Hotline, officials discovered 300 rabbits at a Bethlehem house, along with guinea pigs, a cat, and a calf.
Only 100 rabbits were inside the house, along with the other animals. The other 200 bunnies were discovered in poorly kept cages in the backyard.
All the animals have been handed over to authorities and according My Central New Jersey, a rescue squad had to be called after one of the workers “became exhausted.” At this point, it’s unclear whether the homeowners will face charges.
If you’re in the market, the rabbits and guinea pigs are up for adoption through the New Jersey Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.
Source: My Central New Jersey