Volunteers have helped at the shelter this week as their schedules allowed, with weekends having the larger crews. It seems to take about twenty hours of labor per day to get all the cages properly cleaned and all the rabbits fed and medicated.
This Flemish Giant has ear mites and sore hocks among other illnesses. The volunteers have moved her to a cage with soft towels on a solid floor since the wire cage floors ate her feet in the first place. She had a chance to stretch her legs today (the cages aren’t tall enough for Flemmies to stand) and seemed to like the fresh air and attention.