The good news, however, is that the rescued rabbits have a much kinder fate ahead of them than others born into the meat industry. Zooh Corner founder Cat Logsdon told The Dodo that "things are looking better" for the four boys she took in, though at least one of them could need another procedure.
Of the eight rabbits SaveABunny took in, including a bonded pair of Flemish giants, three have already been adopted. The other four were just cleared for adoption.
The last one, Rudy, was the most seriously injured with bite wounds to all four of his feet. He'll stay at the rescue a bit longer as he fights off an infection. "We're actually surprised he survived," Schaaf said, adding that he has a "very guarded prognosis."