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The SmallAnimalChannel Weekly Newswire - April 10, 2009

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Posted: April 10, 2009 9:45 p.m. EDT

Make A Rabbit-Shaped Cake!
It’s easy to make a Peter Rabbit cake, reports Times-Herald.com. Read Now>>

New Jersey Man Faces Possible $2,000 Fine For Abandoning Pet Rabbit
A 51-year-old, New Jersey resident was charged with abandoning his family’s pet rabbit in the woods, reports NJ.com. Read Now>>

Mediation Ordered For Rabbit Breeder And Neighbors
A rabbit breeder in California could lose more than half of her rabbits if mediation with neighbors complaining of rabbit odor doesn’t work, reports the Times-Herald. Read Now>>

Bunnies Appear In Florida Neighborhood
A growing group of rabbits that likely originated from domesticated rabbits has made its home in a Florida neighborhood, reports the St. Petersburg Times. Read Now>>

Rabbit Population Adds To Australian Landmark
An ever-expanding population of rabbits, likely descended from pets, is living beneath Australia’s Sydney Harbour Bridge, reports News.com.au. Read Now>>

Animal Shelters Brace For Unwanted Easter Pets
Rabbits, ducks and chicks often end up at animal shelters after Easter, reports Cincinnati.com. Read Now>>

Wild Rabbit Saved From Extinction
University researchers and students help bring the riparian brush rabbit back from extinction, reports Recordnet.com. Read Now>>

Marvel Seeks Pet Owners’ Pet Avenger Photos
Marvel Comics invites pet owners to dress up their pets as Pet Avengers, reports MTV.com. Read Now>>

Fatal Trouble For Wild Hedgehogs In Scotland
Changes in weather that disrupt the hedgehogs’ hibernation are suspected, reports the Scotsman.com. Read Now>>

White European Hedgehog In New Home
A rare white European hedgehog was rehabilitated after rescue and released, reports Runcorn And Widnes World. Read Now>>

Guinea Pigs In The Spotlight
The Guinea Pig Hoedown in Texas featured guinea pigs dressed up and many happy owners, reports the 33TV.com. Read Now>>

Sniffer Rat Trained In United Kingdom
The first rat being trained in Britain to sniff out bombs might end up helping the army, reports the Daily Mail (UK). Read Now>>

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