My name is Maple & Carob - Bunnies!

American Sable for adoption in Ventura, California - Maple & Carob - Bunnies
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Cats Cradle Rescue

Facts about Maple & Carob - Bunnies

  • Breed: American Sable
  • Color: Siamese
  • Age: Young
  • Size: Unknown
  • Sex: Unknown
  • ID#: 10279418-M160002
  • Hair: Short
You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.

Bonded Bunny Pair - Saved from terrible situation

This is a courtesy listing for a traagic situation-- please use the contact information below.  Carob and Maple are an absolutely adorable, very bonded pair of bunnies -- they love each other!  They escaped two terrible situations and now finally can get a safe and loving home.  First they were very sadly being raised for food!  Then they and several others got dumped at the park where they had to contend with predators, a busy street, and not enough food.  Together with bunny volunteers, we rescued them both, and now they are friendly, healthy bunnies!  We noticed that they would hop around the park together, so we keep them together and they are so happy!

Carob is the baby of the pair, a female only about five months old.  Carob is a Seal-Point bunny, like a Siamese cat.  Maple is a cinnamon (agouti) bunny with the cutest white rings around his eyes that help you know what he is thinking.  He is fully grown, maybe 1 year old.  

These are such a loving pair that, when we first caught Carob, little Maple went frantically trying to press his face and self through the cage bars holding Carob, trying to 'save' his best friend.  Now they do everything together and are never more than a couple of inches from each other.  

Carob and Maple are friendly and very sweet bunnies.  Carob is the baby still figuring out the world, while Maple is the very gentle, sweet and wise big brother.  Carob is now spayed and Maple is now neutered so they are ready for a real home with someone who loves them!  They are being fostered in Los Angeles.  If you would like to meet this adorable and sweet bonded pair, please email Laura at  

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Cats Cradle Rescue animals are spayed or neutered and have received at least one vaccination before they are placed up for adoption; however, kittens receive two vaccinations.  Each animal lives in a foster home as part of the family.

Cats Cradle Rescue requires an adoption application and contract with each animal.  Our adoption fee covers Feline Leukemia and Feline Immuno Virus testing, first year's shots, spay/neuter and microchip.  We also send you home with a collar, CCR tag and starter food. 






About Cats Cradle Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

We are a volunteer run, non-profit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to helping homeless cats and kittens in Ventura County. We help abandoned and unwanted animals find wonderful, new, forever homes by taking them in, getting them any needed medical care, loving them and raising them to be loving pets, then adopting them out at one of our three adoption sites. We will take in nursing or pregnant cats, newborn motherless kittens, older kittens and in some cases homeless adults cats.
We are always looking for new volunteers to help out at adoptions as well as foster animals. There are always more animals in need of care than foster homes. Cats Cradle will supply food and litter, you supply the love! Please call or email if you are interested in helping out.

Come Meet Our Pets...

We hold adoptions every Saturday and Sunday at our Ventura Thrift Store 11 to 5, Saturdays at PetCo in Ventura, Saturdays at PetCo Camarillo and Saturdays at PetSmart Newbury Park.

We have a great selection of kittens & cats!

Our Adoption Process...

In order to adopt a cat or kitten, you need to come to one of our adoption locations, fill out a short 2 page application and pick out the kitty of your dreams! Our adoption fee is $125 and includes the spay or neuter of your new pet as well as all three sets of kitten shots, a microchip ID and registration with a national database, leukemia testing, flea control, deworming, a collar and a tag.