found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
I am already spayed, up to date with shots, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Bunny's days are spent in joyful and curious discovery of all the wonders that foster care provides. A tiny, dear little dog with bright, large brown eyes that shine in happy anticipation of treats or belly rubs, Bunny literally jumps for joy at the prospect of food or an opportunity to snuggle in her foster mom's lap to watch T.V.
Bunny was found by a Good Samaritan in the middle of an old wooden bridge, running forlornly and distractedly in small circles, and we surmise that she had been dropped off there. Her nipples no longer held milk, but were recently well-used, and she spent the next week in frantic search, we assume, for her pups. We know nothing more about Bunny than that she had, at a very young age, had multiple litters.
What we can say about Bunny now is that she is a beautiful, lithe dog with slender legs and a very winsome face. She moves well, and is responsive and loving. Although she came into foster care seemingly without any skills, she is a quick study and an eager learner, and has soaked up training and cues like a little sponge.
In fact, the best way perhaps to characterize Bunny is that she seems now to be sampling the very first puppy hood she has ever known. Toys, once a foreign concept to her, now hold great excitement. The prospect of a treat brings Bunny darting around the corner. She has proudly developed house training and leash skills, and is working hard to expand her repertoire. Playing outdoors, which once held terror for her, now is a joy. And Bunny has become a world class snuggler. Her adopter(s) will need to be aware of the importance of supporting and encouraging not only her training, but her wonderful expectancy, her great desire to please, and her delight in being important and valued.
Bunny is a quiet dog. She gets along well with the other dogs in her foster home, as well as the cats, but her care provider constitutes the real center of Bunny's universe. She greets new people with an outgoing friendliness that almost suggests she wants to share all her newfound happiness like a little missionary. Bunny's adopter(s) will find in her a small, lovely dog with an open and honest nature, and a hopeful innocence that deserves to be nurtured and preserved.