I'm being cared for by: Second Chance Bunnies, Inc
Help me get seen & adopted!
Facts about Seymour
Breed: Mini Rex Mix
already neutered and housetrained.
I am already neutered and housetrained.
Seymour is a really cute and small rabbit. He is learning to use his litterbox. He likes to be petted. He loves his hay and veggies. You will have to fill out an application on our website www.secondchancebunnies.com 530-269-7764 CHECK WITH US BEFORE YOU BUY ANYTHING FOR YOUR RABBIT. We carry rabbit supplies and just want it to be a good experience taking care of your new family member.
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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