Neighbors say they've seen new rabbits in the dirt lot where police seized nearly 200 bunnies.
Families will be able to adopt dogs and cats between noon and 5 p.m.
A dog with more than 200,000 Instagram followers posted a photo with an officer from the 13th Precinct.
Police cornered and shot it full of sedatives near Holy Apostles Soup Kitchen, officials said.
Charlie Nuñez said police told him the bunnies can no longer live at the lot he manages.
Dorota Trec filed a lawsuit seeking the return of her rabbits.
Edward Nudel, 41, was charged with aggravated cruelty to animals, prosecutors said.
Dorota Trec, who owns nearly 200 rabbits, was taken into custody at the 68th Precinct, a source said.
Puppies were saved in 2010 after a fire and then last week from owners charged with animal cruelty.
The dog is named Oreo and was taken to the ASPCA.
The pooch, named Hennessy, has been taken to the ASPCA for treatment.
Police returned to rescue roughly 100 bunnies, days after seizing 74 rabbits earlier in the week.
Animal Care & Control is accepting donations of hay, supplies and money for the rabbits.
The dog was found on Jan. 22, 2015 in a Bronx dumpster.
The dog is now in the care of the ASPCA.
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