You know the old chestnut about "[copulating] like bunnies"? Yeah, well, an Oakland family whose developmentally disabled son was given two rabbits, believing both were female, was surprised by a litter of rabbits, and then another, and then another, it seems.

As you may know, if you keep up with such facts, rabbits become fertile at about three months old and can deliver up to 14 babies per litter.

It's unclear how many rabbits that family had to give up for adoption, but Oakland Animal Services apparently got 20 in two weeks, sending them into crisis mode.

So, if you're in the market for a rabbit, you might consider Charles here, or one of the other 24 rabbits currently in shelters in Oakland. It's almost Easter, after all...