My name is Clover!

Other/Unknown Mix for adoption in Saanichton, British Columbia - Clover
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Victoria Pet Adoption Society

Facts about Clover

  • Breed: Other/Unknown Mix
  • Color: Siamese
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Standard
  • Sex: Female
  • Hair: Short
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Important Note

Clover is best friends with Dublin. Please adopt both of them so they can stay together!
This sweet little girl is Clover. She is a lovely bunny with a fairly quiet personality and she always found herself at the bottom of the totem pole in her litter. Her sisters definitely let her know that they were in charge of her. Even though the other bunnies aren't interested in spending time with her, Clover desperately wants to cuddle up to them. She will be happiest in a home with another friendly bunny that will want to snuggle her and give her attention. She is submissive so will likely match well with other bunnies, as long as they're gentle with her. Clover is friends with her brother Dublin and the two of them would be happy to go to a home together if you're looking for a pair.

Clover is social with her foster mom, she loves treats, and she's very curious. She has been in a foster home where she hears the sounds of cats and dogs in the other room and she's not too phased by them. She is not comfortable with young children though & she's not a big fan of being picked up. However, she is curious and likes to check you out and hop around you if you sit on the floor with her. Overall, Clover is a lovely girl who will do well in a low-key home where her lower energy level is respected. She has very little experience with children, but was fairly uncomfortable with those she has met.

If you'd like to learn more about Clover (and/or her brother, Dublin) please contact us at and tell us a little bit about your family and what you're looking for in a new rabbit friend.


About Victoria Pet Adoption Society

About Our Rescue Group...

Victoria Pet Adoption Society (VPAS) is a volunteer run, registered charitable foundation in Victoria, BC, Canada. VPAS' goal is to rehabilitate homeless animals and place them into great homes. We provide medical care for all of our adoptees, ensuring that their vaccinations are up to date, and that all adoptees are spayed/neutered and tattooed (when possible).

Our Adoption Process...

Adopting a pet is a lifetime commitment and a big responsibility. Dogs can live 15 years or more, and cats can live 20+ years. Like people, each individual pet comes with its own set of baggage, needs, and personality traits. Because your new pet will depend on you to provide its basic needs, we need to be sure that you are educated and up to the challenge. Our adoption process allows us to ask you some questions about your home environment, your lifestyle, and your needs, expectations, and limitations. We want to be sure that your new pet is going to be just as happy in its new home as you are to have it there.

A Successful Adoption Process Includes the Following Steps:

You will have the opportunity to visit with the pet of interest, supervised by an adoption volunteer who can answer some of the questions you may have about the pet or the adoption process. You will not be able to take the pet home the same day.

If after visiting with the pet you would like to start the adoption process we will ask you to fill out an adoption application. The application is not available on the website; an application will be provided to you only after having a successful meeting with the pet. (Please note that in situations where an interested adopter lives out of the area an adoption application may be provided before visiting with the pet, however an adoption will never be completed before you have had a successful visit with the pet.)

One of our volunteers will contact you within 72 hours and we will open a dialogue with you based on the information provided in your application. We will talk about your home and family, as well as your experience with pets. We will ask you to tell us about the kind of life and care you can offer to the adopted pet, and we will inform you about any health or behavioural issues that you should be aware of.

(For dogs only) Once an adoption is pending, we will come visit your home to ensure that the environment is suitable for the pet in question, based on its needs. We can advise you of modifications that could make the adoption more successful, such as fencing and other things you may not have thought about.

The adoption process generally takes several days, and this time line is intentional. It allows you time to think about your decision so that you can be sure that you are comfortable with the decision that you’ve made. Adoptions are never approved within 48 hours of the application being submitted.

Once we have successfully journeyed through the steps above, you can pick up your new friend to begin a wonderful life together!

Signing an adoption contract is a requirement for every pet that is adopted.

Please Read Before Applying to Adopt:

You must be 19 years of age or older to apply for one of our pets.

Please note that we do not adopt animals sight unseen and we do not ship animals. We do consider adoptions out of area but applicants are required to come & visit with the animals of interest before an adoption is completed.

Adoption Fees:

The adoption fee for puppies and kittens includes: The first 3 distemper vaccines, the canine cough vaccine (for puppies), deworming, defleaing, a basic spay/neuter, a tattoo (done at the time of spay/neuter), a free veterinary exam within 7 days of adoption, six weeks of FREE pet insurance through Pet Secure Insurance, and a health record.

The adoption fee for all other cats/dogs includes: The first distemper vaccine, the first canine cough vaccine (dogs), deworming, defleaing, a free veterinary exam within 7 days of adoption, and a health record. All adult animals are spayed or neutered prior to adoption and those that are fixed by VPAS will have a tattoo for identification. Adult cats/dogs between the age of 6 months and 4 years qualify for six weeks of free pet insurance through Pet Secure Insurance. All dogs & cats between 4 years and 13 years of age qualify for four weeks of free pet insurance through Trupanion Insurance.

The adoption fee for all other species includes: a free exam within 7 days of adoption, treatment for parasites, spay/neuter when appropriate, the first set of vaccines when appropriate, and a tattoo for identification when appropriate.

Adoption Fees are as Follows: (cash only please)

Kittens (6 months or younger) $200
Young cats (7m-11m) $150
Adult Cats (1 yr - 8yrs) $120
Senior Cats (9 yrs and older) $90
Special Needs Cats (other than kittens) $90

Puppies (6 months or younger) $400
Young dogs (7m-11m) $350
Adult Dogs (1 yr - 8yrs) $280
Senior Dogs (9 yrs and older) $150
Special Needs dogs (other than puppies) $150

Rabbits $40
Guinea Pigs $25
Rats/hamsters $15 ($20 if spayed/neutered
Mice $10
Adoption fees for other species may vary

Please note that the information above, including adoption fees, vary slightly for cats and kittens adopted through PetSmart. When adopted from PetSmart the rabies vaccine is included in the adoption fee but a free trial of Pet Insurance is not. The rabies vaccine is included because it is a requirement as part of PetSmart's international adoption program.