Confirmed victory
Petitioning The Town of North Haven, Connecticut

Prevent a family from being forced to give up their beloved pet rabbit


The Lidsky Family of North Haven need your help to keep their child’s beloved pet bunny.
They have been told that an old ordinance in North Haven says people in town aren't allowed to have rabbits on their property if they're not a certain size. However, it's not the size of the rabbit, but the size of the family's property that has the town of North Haven saying the rabbit must be removed from the Lidsky home.
"I don't want the bunny to go," says Kayden, age 7.
A cease and desist order was issued last month informing the family zoning laws do not allow livestock nor rabbits on lots under two acres."
The family will keep Sandy, a 30 pound Flemish Giant Bunny as they appeal the decision, but if they lose at that level the town attorney says it could trigger a Superior Court action enforcing removal of the animal.
We need to let North Haven know they are wrong and that it is the law that needs changing. Please speak up and show your support that the Lidsky’s get to keep their pet bunny legally! The more voices we raise in protest the more the town will listen.
Petition by Hopalong Hollow Rabbit Rescue

 

Letter to
The Town of North Haven, Connecticut
I just signed the following petition addressed to: The Town of North Haven, Connecticut.

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Prevent a family from being forced to give up their beloved pet rabbit

The Lidsky Family of North Haven need your help to keep their child’s beloved pet bunny.
They have been told that an old ordinance in North Haven says people in town aren't allowed to have rabbits on their property if they're not a certain size. However, it's not the size of the rabbit, but the size of the family's property that has the town of North Haven saying the rabbit must be removed from the Lidsky home.
"I don't want the bunny to go," says Kayden, age 7.
A cease and desist order was issued last month informing the family zoning laws do not allow livestock nor rabbits on lots under two acres."
The family will keep Sandy, a 30 pound Flemish Giant Bunny as they appeal the decision, but if they lose at that level the town attorney says it could trigger a Superior Court action enforcing removal of the animal.
We need to let North Haven know they are wrong and that it is the law that needs changing. Please speak up and show your support that the Lidsky’s get to keep their pet bunny legally! The more voices we raise in protest the more the town will listen.
Petition by Hopalong Hollow Rabbit Rescue



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Sincerely,