Henry is about 3 years old and had been found as a stray, scrawny, with very misaligned teeth, missing most of his fur due to mites, and covered with over 200 ticks. Since coming into the rescue he has completely turned around. He no longer has his front teeth or the molars on his right side, just the molars on his left side. The remaining molars have needed the occasional molar trim. He can still eat hay, but to keep his weight up he needs extra pellets and critical care, but only in small amounts as he will overeat and become bloated.
Even with these issues Henry is the sweetest boy, binkying, loving to sit next to you and be pet, exploring. He doesnt have good litterbox habits, but when he is on the couch a pee-pad solves that problem. Now that he no longer has his front teeth we are trying to figure out what toys (besides his cardboard box) he likes to play with.
If you're interested in adopting Henry Kissinger, please fill out the application at http://www.friendsofrabbits.org/forms/form?verify=abc123&formid=3852 and email Friends of Rabbits at firstname.lastname@example.org. and his foster mom will call or email you to schedule a visit. His adoption fee is $75. Henry Kissinger is fostered in Laurel, MD.
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