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Several of the hundreds of feral rabbits who make their home at the University of Victoria forage for food. (Geoff Howe For The Globe and Mail/Geoff Howe For The Globe and Mail)
Several of the hundreds of feral rabbits who make their home at the University of Victoria forage for food. (Geoff Howe For The Globe and Mail/Geoff Howe For The Globe and Mail)

Sanctuary

Victoria rabbits offered new home in Texas Add to ...

Those rascally rabbits chewing through the University of Victoria campus could soon be digging new homes in Texas.

A group has been trying to relocate the feral rabbits and a spokeswoman says the Wild Rose Rescue Ranch is willing to take about one-thousand of the bunnies.

Laura-Leah Shaw says that would amount to about two-thirds of the hungry hares.

UVic has warned the rabbits will be exterminated if homes can't be found.

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