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Pierced Bunnies Saved By Worried Neighbors, Headed To Wildlife Rehab Center

Neighbors teamed with Red Door Animal Shelter to trap the bunnies, whose ears were pierced by someone.

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They are protecting their nests, "and they can be pretty mean about it," one expert said.

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Three abused wild bunnies were rescued in Lincoln Square, but the perpetrator remains at large.

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The dog friendly area will cost roughly $250,000, with only half of that in the bank to date.

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Joggers and pedestrians hate the territorial birds right back, while others are more tolerant.

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Rainbow cones, police saving dogs and a train that brings you beer: Read up to start your weekend right.

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The event will celebrate a multimillion-dollar renovation of the shelter at 2741 S. Western Ave.

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Neighbors are disturbed by incidents of cruelty, in the form of ear piercings, to wild rabbits.

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Officer Juan Farris pulled the dog from Lake Michigan while responding to a crash on Lake Shore Drive.

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The shelter said the adopted, but returned, cat had "aggressively attacked" seven people in five years.

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Officers Daniel Guzman and Juan Farris spotted the dog after a bad car wreck on Lake Shore Drive.

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"Everyone knows I'm animal obsessed," said the actor, who plays Jerry on the sitcom.

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Presentations will include "The Science Behind Plant Sex" and "Homosexuality in the Animal Kingdom."

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A video shows a deer taking a dip in the lake near Montrose Harbor Tuesday around noon. 

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