Edith Emerson checks on Quintessa, left, Guinevere and 18 other rabbits — the last remaining from 70 total — that she saved last year from running loose near her farm in Rochester, shown here on Saturday. “This is just to save their lives, get them placed and move on,” Emerson said. “This is not a rescue.”
Edith Emerson checks on Quintessa, left, Guinevere and 18 other rabbits — the last remaining from 70 total — that she saved last year from running loose near her farm in Rochester, shown here on Saturday. “This is just to save their lives, get them placed and move on,” Emerson said. “This is not a rescue.” Tony Overman toverman@theolympian.com
Edith Emerson checks on Quintessa, left, Guinevere and 18 other rabbits — the last remaining from 70 total — that she saved last year from running loose near her farm in Rochester, shown here on Saturday. “This is just to save their lives, get them placed and move on,” Emerson said. “This is not a rescue.” Tony Overman toverman@theolympian.com

Rochester woman’s Operation Rabbit Rescue nearly complete

January 25, 2016 6:16 AM

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