Rabbits raise concern

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I just turned 80 and I didnít think I would be chasing tame rabbits around the neighborhood. Someone didnít take their rabbits when they moved away. I try to keep them off the road and away from the dogs.

I donít know if anyone is feeding them or not. I hope someone is feeding them and making sure they stay warm.

We donít want something to happen to them.

Irene Rickard

Columbia Falls

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