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Diners Beware
Marinell Harriman
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  • Companions, Not Dinner
  • In spite of the fact that over 4 million rabbits are living as companion animals in American households (where the idea of eating a rabbit is as repugnant as eating a cat or a dog), the Wall Street Journal (December 5, 1997) claims that the public now accepts rabbit as a menu item.

    Diners who have well loved rabbit family-members at home do not want to suffer the anguish of seeing a rabbit on someone else's dinner plate. As a service to our members, we are compiling lists of restaurants that you will want to avoid, which will appear in our local newsletters. If a restaurant in your area has rabbit on the menu, you can tell the manager why you will no longer dine there, and send the restaurant name to your local chapter or our national office.

    House Rabbit Society is a nonprofit rescue and education group.
    We welcome your feedback and appreciate your donations. Please join today!