SPCA plea over rabbits

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The Scottish SPCA’s Angus centre is seeking homes for 10 rabbits in its care. Staff at the charity’s centre by Petterden took in 104 rabbits last year, and 2015 is proving to be just as busy.

Centre manager Elliot Hay said: “We have taken in 13 rabbits since the beginning of the year but unfortunately rehoming has been slow. While we never encourage impulsive rehoming, we would like to invite anyone who thinks they have the time and commitment to look after a rabbit to get in touch. Our centre is open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., seven days a week and local animal lovers are always welcome to drop in.”