Kimberly White
Daily News

NAVARRE – Rows of large wire cages are stacked atop each other in the garage, a large fan cooling the more than four dozen floppy-eared tenants that call it home.

As Ann Wetzstein passes by their cages, many rear up on their hind legs and place their front paws against their cages, their noses twitching hopefully. Is she just coming by to say hello, or does she have food?

“I like how they’re soft and they’re so friendly, and they make wonderful pets,” said Wetzstein, who has been operating Bunnies for Adoption, a no-kill rabbit rescue shelter, out of her Navarre home since 2006.

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