anonymous report, from Unoffensive Animal:
"When we heard about this garden enterprise, breeding rabbits, ferrets and guinea pigs we had to do something.
After checking the place multiple times over a month, we decided to access it overnight, whilst the people in the house were asleep. We sat by a bush and waited for a while after the lights went off, giving them time to fall asleep. When we decided it was time, we hoped the fence and started opening hutches.
To our surprise, all but one were empty. We checked the guinea pigs to realise one of them was pregnant before taking them with us. They will now be cared for without the burden of being providers of profit, and when they give birth we will make sure all of them are spayed.
For a world where animals are not commodities to be bought or sold.