Rabbit Advocacy Animal Matters


 Breeding Facility

The following photos were taken by Carmina Gooch at a Langley rabbit breeding facility.

These tiny, dilapidated, corroded cages are typically used by rabbit breeders. The animals have virtually no contact with people and are confined night and day. They stand on wire mesh with little room to turn around. Their sole purpose is to provide revenue with minimal expense to the breeder. They are often sold at pet stores, where the conditions are equally poor, and the sole motive, once again is profit.