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My name is Gerdy!

Checkered Giant Mix for adoption in Grand Rapids, Michigan - Gerdy
Photo 1 - Checkered Giant Mix for adoption in Grand Rapids, Michigan - Gerdy
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Photo 3 - Checkered Giant Mix for adoption in Grand Rapids, Michigan - Gerdy
Photo 4 - Checkered Giant Mix for adoption in Grand Rapids, Michigan - Gerdy
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West Michigan Critter Haven

Facts about Gerdy

  • Breed: Checkered Giant Mix
  • Color: Tri-Color
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Giant
  • Sex: Female
  • Hair: Short
Gerdy is a Checkered Giant mix, whom we believe was born in 2015. She has the cutest ears. They are huge and flop when she runs. She is big, buxom, beautiful and full of confidence. She comes running to get her shoulders and ears massaged. She, like most rabbits, finds it uncomfortable when held and would rather have her paws on the ground or on the couch. She is a very good snuggle buddy and enjoys investigating all corners of the house before settling in for a movie marathon. She does not share popcorn well, though. If it lands on the couch, she thinks it is hers.

​Gerdy’s adoption fee is $75. For more information on adopting Gerdy, email us at info@wmicritterhaven.org. Adopters must be at least 18 years old.

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About West Michigan Critter Haven

About Our Rescue Group...

We are Saving Lives One Hop at a Time:
We are a small network of foster homes focused on the rescue and forever home placement for house rabbits, guinea pigs, hamsters, rats, mice, hermit crabs, small birds, vegetarian reptiles and amphibians.

Our Adoption Process...

Appointments to visit pets in their foster homes are only made after completed adoption paperwork is received, reviewed by a director and a phone interview is conducted by an adoption counselor. We do charge an adoption fee based on type of critter. We reserve the right to terminate the adoption process or refuse adoption at any time. We reserve the right to remove a pet from an undesirable situation post adoption through out the pet's life.