"These people don't care about rabbits ... they kill them," Rabbitron, a group that advocates for rabbit welfare, wrote in a Facebook post. "And worse yet, they are actually asking for money though a go fund me page to get donations! While legitimate rescues struggle to get even a small donation, these rabbit killers are getting press and donations ... It doesn't make sense!"
"While it seems like a heartwarming story, please know the facts before sharing the video, or worse, sending donations!," Luv-N-Bunns, a Pennsylvania rescue and foster group, wrote on Facebook.
Whatever Wheelz' future may be, one thing's clear: If you love animals, you probably don't want to share the video.
For more animal-friendly ways to help rabbits, you can make a donation to a group like Luv-N-Bunns or the House Rabbit Society, which provide homes and medical care to rabbits in need of help. You can also visit Adopt-a-Pet.com to find rabbits in need near you.