Poisons, traps, even all-out hunts. Parking lots near Denver International Airport are increasing their efforts to protect cars from damage caused by rabbits.
Fed by unusually lush vegetation, rabbits have been breeding like rabbits around Colorado, increasing the risk for what normally is a relatively rare bacterial disease in the state.
Health officials in Boulder County are warning residents to be aware of Tularemia, a disease that can be transmitted to humans from rabbit carcasses.
An animal research facility in Fort Collins has been fined for its treatment of rabbits.
Health officials in Jefferson County are warning the public to stay away from sick or dead rabbits because they may have “rabbit fever,” a disease that can infect humans.
A rabbit has tested positive for tularemia in southeast Fort Collins.
A home owner’s association in Broomfield is facing backlash from residents over a controversial plan to kill rabbits on the property.
It’s a problem that plagues passengers who park at Denver International Airport- bunnies are causing hundreds and sometimes thousands of dollars in damage to cars.
Rabbits are wreaking havoc under the hoods of many cars parked at Denver International Airport.
An Arvada woman found guilty of animal cruelty was sentenced on Tuesday.