The chief priest welcomed me and asked me to help to clean the huts and cages (except the outdoor huts he keeps about 10 weak or injured rabbits in the cages in the temple building), give the rabbits food and fresh water. He said taking care of them takes about 2 hours each in the morning then late in the afternoon ... it's a large amount of works! I was lucky about the weather (it's sunny on both days on my visit) but on rainy days the work must be tough, I think. The priest has just hired the staff but he (or she) was not ready yet, so any volunteers were welcome. On my second day there came another volunteer lady to help, so we worked and could enjoy talking together.
(I'm working in and around the rabbit huts.)
Well... this "too many rabbits in the huts" situation was caused by the misjudgement of the chief priest but it's apparent that he loves animals and does his best to take care of them. And maybe because ot his good care, these rabbits seemed mostly happy and lively(I was so relieved to see it).
(They don't seem to be unhappy, don't you think?)
I just hope many people would help them and adopt these cute rabbits!