My name is Daisy May!

Dwarf Hotot for adoption in Mesa, Arizona - Daisy May
Photo 1 - Dwarf Hotot for adoption in Mesa, Arizona - Daisy May
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I'm being cared for by:
Rascally Rabbit Rescue and Critter Haven of Arizona, Inc.

Facts about Daisy May

  • Breed: Dwarf Hotot
  • Color: White
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Dwarf
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 7968047-M140001
  • Hair: Short

Rascally Rabbit Rescue and Critter Haven of Arizona, Inc. is a not for profit, volunteer-run,rescue organization based in Mesa, Arizona.  All of our rescue pets live in foster homes, where their foster moms and dads provide the love and care they need until we find their loving, forever-homes.

Daisy is a special girl, extremely sweet, and loves getting pets.  when she came to us, her teeth were a mess and many had to be moved.  She needs her cheel teeth trimmes every three to four months.  She does eat hay, as well as a mixture of mushed pellets and pumpkin.  She picked her bonded friend, Chopper, and they are now inseparable.  

Interested parties are required to fill out an adoption application. The rescue is always in need of foster homes for these wonderful pets. More information can be found online at our website. You can also find us on Facebook at and Twitter @rascallyrabbits


About Rascally Rabbit Rescue and Critter Haven of Arizona, Inc.

About Our Rescue Group...

The director has experience as a veterinary technician at a hospital that treats exotic pets as well as cats and dogs. She founded the rescue in 2006 with hopes of one day building a shelter.

We believe that education is key to saving these precious companion animals, and try to hold education events four times a year.

Rabbits are the 3rd most euthanized pet in the US. Unfortunately, many people buy rabbits as gifts for Easter, not realizing the care and attention they require. Also, rabbits, gerbils, hamsters, guinea pigs, chinchillas and degus are often sold in pet stores, whether at the mall or in pet supply stores, despite the number of homeless pets being euthanized daily. Most of these pets are bred in "critter mills" (like a puppy mill, but dedicated to other animals), and are often mistreated. We try to rescue as many as possible, while giving them plenty of love and attention. We have a small foster home network and are always looking for more foster families so we can save more of these beautiful animals.

Come Meet Our Pets...

We list all our events on our website and
Meeting pets is by appointment only, as we use foster homes and do not currently have a shelter. However, we are looking for more volunteers so we can partner with Petco and hold adoption events at various stores on the weekends.

Our Adoption Process...

We require an application, home check and for the adopting family to attend an educational meeting or a "test" if the educational event is too far off or if family is not able to attend.

We only adopt to families that will keep the pet indoors, as to ensure the pets safety from predators and extreme temperatures. Also, keeping the pet indoors helps the family to pay more attention to the pet, as when a pet isn't seen, it is often forgotten.

Contracts are signed and donations accepted only after adoption is approved.

The fee is a recommended donation amount, and any additional donation is gladly accepted. They are listed on the adoption application, which is always available on our website. Fees help to cover veterinary care for the pet (spay/neuter, etc) but do not completely cover all expenses.