I'm being cared for by: Remembering Ruby Rabbit Rescue
Help me get seen & adopted!
Facts about Bambi
Breed: Other/Unknown Mix
already neutered and housetrained.
Bambi is best friends with Charlotte. Please adopt both of them so they can stay together!
I am already neutered and housetrained.
Bambi was a lonely bunny full of teenager angst until he met Charlotte; they fell in love after moving next to each other and decided to move in together! He loves Charlotte very much and has once again become his calmer, more loving bunny self that he was when he was a baby. They both love being petted and given attention, and now that they have each other all they need is a forever home to spend their many years in!
Once a rabbit bonds with a human, that love is unconditional. Too often their love is taken advantage of, leaving hundreds of rabbits abused, neglected and discarded. Remembering Ruby Rabbit Rescue. is here for those rabbits to rescue, rehabilitate, and renew trust in the rabbit-human bond. We strive to educate and serve the community--to help everyone understand that every animal deserves to be loved and live in a safe, forever home.
The following quote explains why we do what we do: "I call rabbits the silent screamers. They suffer more than any other domestic animal on the face of the earth, because they don't make a sound, and so people can ignore them, and they live in filthy cages, they live with no social interaction, they live in the cold, in the rain. It's terrible how people treat their rabbits." Carol Haines, SAINTS Rescue
Donate to Our Rescue Group...
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Come Meet Our Pets...
Because our schedules vary, people are able to visit our pets by appointment only. Please visit our website or our Facebook page to see our adoptable rabbits--then contact us via e-mail and we'll arrange a time to meet you so that you can meet our amazing rabbits!
Our Adoption Process...
Potential adopters are required to fill out an application, provide a veterinarian reference, and provide a home check for us to see where and how the rabbit will be housed. We require that all rabbits be housed indoors or in a acceptable building where the rabbit will be safe from predators, the elements, and from any type of intrusion or danger.
Once the application is reviewed and accepted; the veterinarian reference received, and the housing has been approved, the adopter will fill out the contract agreeing to the proper care of the rabbit, and to return the rabbit to us should there be any problems or concerns, and agree to us confiscating the rabbit in the event we feel the rabbit is in immanent danger/not receiving proper care; the adopter pays the fee of $40 to complete the adoption.
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