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Protesters Target Bunny Cafe 

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Members of the L.A. Rabbit Foundation have protested in front of the Woodland Hills pop-up Bunny Cafe at 22030 Ventura. The group says the rabbits suffer when they are forced to be around large numbers of people and other rabbits, and that they have a lack of space to hide from the activity. Owner Kevin Grushkovski says that petting and interacting with animals has a calming effect on people and brings a sense of joy and tranquility. If the rabbits get stressed he moves them into hideaway boxes. The rabbits are adopted from city shelters, and the cafe then offers them for adoption.

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