Every Wednesday at 8:30 we're joined by John Perreault, Executive Director of the Berkshire Humane Society to discuss all the happenings at their Barker Road facility, plus talk about their Pet of the Week.
This week's Pets of the Week are Beets and Radish, a beautiful sibling set of black and white bunnies.
These two cuties are part of a trio of 4-month-old Angora mix bunnies, all the result of an unwanted litter. They have been at Berkshire Humane Society since December, receiving much-needed care, as they had a bit of a rough start. They have since thrived and are doing wonderfully.
Once shy and skittish, they are now very outgoing and lovable. These sweet girls will require routine grooming to keep their beautiful coats clean and mat free. They can be adopted singly, or as a pair through our Buddy Program.

If someone has the time and knowledge to care for these lovely young bunnies, please contact the feline staff at 413-447-7878 x 124 for more information.
Berkshire Humane Society also wants to remind folks of the importance of not getting live bunnies for Easter and taking the "Make Mine Chocolate" pledge. Bunnies can live 10 years or more and are a big commitment. They make wonderful pets for the right people, just not for Easter.

LOOK: 30 fascinating facts about sleep in the animal kingdom

More From WBEC FM