So this might be a bit long but I feel so need to say it all to get a better handle on the situation. Everyday for three hours I go to a different school for math and science. At that school, there is a separate preschool that has a class rabbit. This rabbit is an eight year old, arthritic, unspayed female. She lives in a tiny wire bottom cage with little to no hay daily. She gets unlimited pellets (bad brand) and little to no vegetables (no leafy greens at all). She is left at the school every weekend and during the breaks and summer she is given to a random high schooler that is a part of program that lets them work with the kids. The high schooler doesn’t need to go through any checks at all before taking the rabbit. During the school year, the rabbit is either kept in her cage or in a “puppy play pen.” In this pen, the rabbit cannot even stretch out fully, as when she does, she touches all sides of the “pen.” I am in belief that the pen is smaller than the actual cage. The rabbit has sore-hocks and a large open sore on her tail. I have pointed both of these out but they both go untreated. This rabbit also has behavioral issues linked to fear. She thumps and grunts at any approaching human and bites when cornered. When let out of her cage (which is not done often) she runs around the classroom in an attempt to find different places to hide. She winces when people trap her in an area. I have started to come in to bring the rabbit some vegetables. I have done this once. The teachers hate me, even though I have been careful to never mention anything that makes them seem like bad rabbit owners. Today, they locked the classroom door and didn’t open it until I knocked 5 times over a period of 35 minutes (even though they expected me.) They then told me to just leave. I honestly have no idea what to do now. I am worried for this rabbit, but I can’t help it if i can’t keep coming into the classroom. Does anyone have any ideas on what I can or should do?