I'm being cared for by: Second Chance Bunnies, Inc
Help me get seen & adopted!
Facts about Beauty
Breed: Chinchilla, American Mix
already spayed and housetrained.
I am already spayed and housetrained.
Beauty is a very nice friendly girl. She is so pretty. She is spayed. She Loves her hay and veggies check us out at Second Chance Bunnies. Inc 530-269-7764 You will have to fill out an application before you can adopt. CHECK WITH US BEFORE YOU BUY UNNECESSARY ITEMS FOR YOUR RABBIT. We carry a lot of supplies to make your life easier while taking care of your rabbit.
Second Chance Bunnies is a non profit organization located in the quiet foothills of Auburn, California (east of Sacramento). Started in 2004, by Janet and Jerry Foster, with the goal to:
- Provide a safe haven and loving (temporary) home to unwanted / surrendered bunnies. - Socialize, litter box train, spay / neuter and adopt to loving homes. - Educate owners on diet, health and housing requirements for these furry friends.
Second Chance Bunnies works with various rescues, shelters and other sourses to save these unwanted bunnies / rabbits. We believe:
Every Bunny needs a Second Chance
Come Meet Our Pets...
Call for appointment to come and see our bunnies up for adoption. Call 530-269-7764
Our Adoption Process...
We have a questioneer to fill out and an application. We have a 50.00 adoption fee.
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