EL informs me these are traps, not rabbit hutches. Look like hutches to me but guess not. Mea maxima culpa.
Reading through GARD’s comments on their Facebook posts I often see the claim that the animals they “rescued” lived in “rabbit hutches.” They make the claim so often it’s become a shorthand joke.
Imagine my surprise when I found the rabbit hutches in the photographs taken by Georgia Department of Agriculture inspectors.
Hard to say how many more rabbit hutches are piled among all the garbage.
My hunch about the hutches was on target. GARD, not some unnamed “breeder,” keeps dogs and puppies in rabbit hutches.