Media: April 2019

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Strudel's Story

My son adopted Strudel about 9 months ago. Strudel has become his emotional support dog. Getting him through the death of a grandma, two beloved family pets, the death of a friend, and the ending of a relationship. He is so loving and quirky we love when they visit. He has become all of our little buddy. He makes us smile even on the worst day. Thank you and thank God for Strudel!!!!!!!!

Archie's Story

We adopted Archie (previously Cooper) last September. I knew instantly that I needed to save him, and we have come to realize that he saved us! Archie was too afraid to walk on a leash, go through doors, get in a car, or meed new people. He would pancake on the floor and we had to pick him up to move him. Now, he loves his new home! He has made SO many new friends and he loves to run and play. His big (little) sister, absolutely adores him and helped him see the world isn't as scary as he thought. I suffer from Manic Depression and Archie knows when I am having an episode.

Shelter rabbits need homes, even in April

MURRAY, UT (Apr. 2, 2019) -- The Humane Society of Utah encourages rabbit adoption
 
Rabbits are surrendered to the Humane Society of Utah (HSU) throughout the year, and HSU encourages people to adopt a rabbit if they are interested in owning one as a pet. Instead of deterring would-be bunny owners during April, HSU seeks to educate about rabbits and adoption.