GANESVILLE, Florida (AP) The man who lives in Gainesville who is believed by neighbors to be the cause of an outbreak of stray rabbits that have populated their neighborhood has been punished by the city for twice.

The Gainesville Sun reports that 57-year-old von “Aspen” Ruder owns around 25 rabbits, which is greater than the city’s 2-rabbit limit.

The following day, Ruder received a fine of $521.50 on Friday. 521.50 through the Gainesville Code Enforcement Department. He was also fined $ 271.50 for March.

The month of February was when Ruder had to fight for an exclusion from medical treatment that would permit the keeping of rabbits. He claimed that rabbits have helped to manage Tourette’s disease and PTSD resulting from the loss of an ankle over thirty years ago during a rock climbing accident.

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Ruder says he’s not responsible for the outbreak of rabbits in the tranquil community, but he acknowledges that some breeders are becoming a threat to freedom.

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