Greedy Rabbit Game Online - Play Free Fun Bunny Hoarding Games
The little rabbit can't get enough of delicious vegetables! Help the greedy little furball in this cute platform game to collect all the healthy treats. Find a way through challenging levels and avoid dangers like spikes and crumbling platforms. Can you complete all levels with 3 stars and fill the rabbit's stomach? Enjoy 60 levels. Have Fun!
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How to Play Greedy Rabbit Game
Use the mouse or your finger on touch screen devices to play this free online game.
What does it mean to be hoarding rabbits?
According to WikiPedia, Animal hoarding is keeping a higher-than-usual number of animals as domestic pets without having the ability to properly house or care for them, while at the same time denying this inability. Compulsive hoarding can be characterized as a symptom of mental disorder rather than deliberate cruelty towards animals. Hoarders are deeply attached to their pets and find it extremely difficult to let the pets go. So, for the case of rabbits, some people just love them so much that they end up getting more and more. They might start out with a couple, but soon they have a couple dozens, then a few hundreds and some people even hoard more than a thousand rabbits. Just imagine trying to keep that many rabbits in your house.
Are people actually hoard rabbits?
Yes, there have been some cases where people having hoarding rabbits. Several animal horders collect cats and dogs, but they are also some that got their mind sat on cute rabbits. According to the British newspaper Daily Mail a 44 year old woman in Edmonton, Canada hoarded 1,100 bunnies in her two story home. Most of the rabbits were so ill they had to be put down.They said the bunnies were everywhere, living in an environment full of urine and faeces with many injured or missing eyes or limbs. Almost all of the rabbits were suffering. According to the Huffington Post the "Bunny Lady" is a notorious rabbit hoarder. In October 2006 the police in Hillsboro, about 15 miles west of Portland, found and confiscated nearly 250 rabbits in her home, including about 100 dead ones in freezers and refrigerators. She then broke into the facility where the survivors were being cared for in January 2007 and stole most of them back. Authorities found her a few days later in Chehalis, Wash., with eight live rabbits and two dead ones in her car. Another 130 rabbits were recovered at a nearby horse farm. Sakewitz was sentenced in April 2007 to five years probation and was banned from owning or controlling animals. She also got a restriction order not to go within 100 yards of a rabbit. In 2009 she got caught again when animal control officers found eight adult rabbits, five young ones and a dead one in Sakewitz's hotel room. We couldn't find any news stories about her compulsive rabbit hoarding over the last few years, so hopefully this is something she has stopped doing.