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Are you looking for your very own cuddle kitties? Look for no further than Alice and Eloise. Purring with delight, these precious babies love to snuggle and sleep. They are playful and active, yet calm and soothing. These sisters absolutely love human contact and attention. Plus, they look like little tigers. They were pulled from a kill shelter when they were very, very tiny, so they are very social with humans. They also have amazing, very developed personalities. These two girls would be great for any type of living situation--a large family, a single person, a couple without kids. They're versatile and just can't wait to share all of the love they have to offer with you! Contact us today!
The South Florida Rabbit Rescue independently operates out of private foster homes, where our volunteers treat fosters as a part of their family (we currently do not have a primary facility). This gives us the opportunity to truly know our bunnies' personalities inside and out--so we can make the perfect recommendation for you! We will spend as much time with you as you need in order to make the right decision for you and your entire family. We want you to take your bunny home feeling happy, confident in your ability to take care of him/her, and knowing that you always have a friend in us. The South Florida Rabbit Rescue has a large community of local bunny lovers/fosters/volunteers/rescuers/adopters that get together and share their common love for rabbits.
All of our rabbits live in INDOOR foster homes and are socialized and/or rehabilitated, litter trained, and spayed/neutered. The adoption donation for a single rabbit is $75 and a bonded pair is $95. The adoption donation helps cover a vet visit and their spay/neuter. Adopting a rescued rabbit is a good decision for a number of reasons; for example, sadly, pet stores buy baby bunnies--many of whom are sick--from breeders, where rabbits may be housed and cared for inhumanely. All of our rabbits see a vet before going to their forever homes! Please learn about proper rabbit care before deciding to add a rabbit to your family. Rabbits are NOT easy, low maintenance pets, nor are they "starter pets" for kids.
Fill out an adoption application here: http://www.jotform.us/floridarabbitrescue/adoptionapplication
Alice and Eloise, American Shorthair has been shared from Shelter Exchange.