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My name is Marlin!

Lionhead for adoption in Miami, Florida - Marlin
Photo 1 - Lionhead for adoption in Miami, Florida - Marlin
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I'm being cared for by:
Houserabbit Adoption, Rescue, and Education, Inc. (H.A.R.E.)

Facts about Marlin

  • Breed: Lionhead
  • Color: Tan
  • Age: Young
  • Size: Standard
  • Sex: Male
  • Hair: Long
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Important Note

Marlin is best friends with Nemo. Please adopt both of them so they can stay together!
My family and I were dumped in a cardboard box in a dog park. What were those people thinking? We could have been mauled to death if not for the attentive police officer who found and rescued us. My son, Nemo, and I are bonded and very attached to each other. We need a home where we can stay together, cuddle, and dream sweet dreams to forget the nightmare of our rough start. Will you give us our forever home?
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About Houserabbit Adoption, Rescue, and Education, Inc. (H.A.R.E.)

About Our Rescue Group...

H.A.R.E.'s mission is to educate the public about rabbits as indoor companion animals as worthy of long-term commitment as a dog or cat, and to rescue, rehabilitate, and re-home abandoned, neglected domestic rabbits into forever homes.

We also rescue and rehabilitate wild rabbit species (cottontails and hares), and release native species to the localities where they were rescued. Exotic wild lagomorph species are given permanent sanctuary in a natural setting at H.A.R.E.

Come Meet Our Pets...

Our "shelter" is a private home, so rabbit visits are by appointment only. Please email us at rabbit@bio.miami.edu to set up an appointment.

Our Adoption Process...

Our adoption fee for a single rabbit is $75, and $125 for a bonded pair. Interested potential adopters should download and complete the adoption application here: http://www.bio.miami.edu/hare/adoption.doc and send it to us at: rabbit@bio.miami.edu

We strongly recommend that any potential adopter of a rabbit visit the House Rabbit Society "Rabbits 101" web site before considering adoption, as rabbits have special needs and are not at all like dogs and cats.