I'm being cared for by: Forever Binkies Rabbit Rescue
Help me get seen & adopted!
Facts about Willy
Breed: Lop, Holland Mix
housetrained, a special needs pet, and in need of an experienced adopter.
I am housetrained, a special needs pet, and in need of an experienced adopter.
Willy is one of our first disabled bunny rescues and he is a sweetheart who has stole our hearts in his time in foster care! He is blind in one eye and came to us with his eye in such a condition it was recommended that he undergo a full eye removal procedure, which would have been insanely risky. However, with TLC and a lot of effort, hard work, and dedication, we have been able to improve his condition significantly and the new recommendation on his full re-evaluation is that he no longer requires the surgery! Willy has been in rescue for quite some time now as we've battled to improve his condition and avoid a surgery he most likely would not have survived! Willy needs monitoring for any signs of new infection in his effected eye and a good compassionate owner who will keep the medications he may need on hand and a good eye rinse to use as needed for Willy. He is a sweetheart of a bunny, and needs monthly preventatives from mites and parasites using kitten revolution, as his suppressed immune system makes him more susceptible to these common ailments in bunnies. Willy loves EVERYONE however we would like to see him as the only pet in someones home because he can be scared if an unannounced visitor comes near him because of his blindness. It helps to softly announce yourself to Willy when approaching so he has time to turn to see who is approaching. Willy loves to hop around on your bed and would do great with a cage/pen setup so that he doesn't injure his eye by mishaps *or misHOPS* lol! He cannot be neutered due to the risk with his condition and so needs to be the only bunny in the home, however he would benefit from a toy surrogate bunny in his habitat and absolutely needs his soft fleece or bath-mat liners in his habitat so that he is comfortable and clean. He is very well litter trained which is a bonus in a bunny! If you would love to open your home and heart to a bunny who will be your baby to the end, Willy is your guy! Willy's adoption fee is $75 to offset his veterinary care provided by our rescue! Please consider adopting Willy! MORE ABOUT WILLY
Address: 2885 Sanford Ave SW #39153 Grandville, MI 49418
About Our Rescue Group...
Our team consists of a small group of foster homes/board of directors. Of this team we have a certified vet technician with several volunteer years and rabbit experience; A volunteer with several years working in local shelters; And a zoologist with 15+ years working with a wildcat sanctuary in Texas! *Our office address is not a public facility*
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Come Meet Our Pets...
Our rabbits can be met upon completion of an approved adoption application and a telephone interview in the applicants home to meet and/or finalize an approved adoption. We do not have a public facility as we are a network of foster homes.
Our Adoption Process...
All applicants must fill out an online application for adoption on our website and must undergo a telephone interview and an in home adoption appointment upon approval. Our fees are based individually on the cost of medical/veterinary care provided to rescues while in our program. All applicants must sign an adoption contract during their adoption appointment and agree to our policies and terms. All applicants must be at least 18 years of age to apply for adoption of a rabbit in our program. All adopted rabbits must be housed indoors for approval.
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