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Adopt a rabbit at the All About Rabbits Rescue Adoption Event in College Point this weekend.

If you have a soft spot for beautiful bunnies, hop over to the Rescue Rabbit Adoption Event in College Point this weekend.

All About Rabbits Rescue Inc., a nonprofit animal organization, will be hosting their adoption event at Petco, located at 133-11 20th Ave., on Sunday, July 17. Visitors will have a chance to meet and play with the rescue bunnies from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Potential foster families will also learn about rabbit care and are encouraged to bring their current rabbits along for speed dates. Speed dates must be reserved in advance, and those who are interested may email allaboutrabbitsrescue@gmail.com to set up a time.

Photo courtesy of All About Rabbits Rescue

Photo courtesy of All About Rabbits Rescue

Fellow bunny lovers also shared their support on the All About Rabbits Rescue Facebook page.

“Being a foster bunny parent is a great experience!! I have two foster babies and they are just bunderful! I urge everyone who has patience and love in their heart for these furry little creatures to foster and make space for other needy buns that need shelter,” Heather Holt commented.

“Great news…I love adoption stories,” New Jersey House Rabbit Society added to a post.

QNS has contacted All About Rabbits Rescue Inc. and is awaiting a response.

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