Town Vows to Confiscate Girl’s Giant Pet Bunny

A 7-year-old Connecticut girl will lose her 20-pound pet rabbit if North Haven officials get their way.

Zoning Enforcement Officer Arthur Hausman issued a cease-and-desist order to the Lidsky family two weeks ago, informing them that they were violating town zoning regulations because their property was smaller than the 2 acres required to keep rabbits and other types of livestock.

More than 1,800 people have signed an online petition demanding that town officials allow Kayden Lidsky to keep the 3-year-old Flemish giant rabbit named Sandy. Kayden’s father, Josh Lidsky, has vowed to appeal the order and is angered that town officials have upset his daughter.

“I don’t want the bunny to go,” Kayden Lidsky said, according to the petition on change.org.

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