I'm being cared for by: Los Angeles Rabbit Foundation
Help me get seen & adopted!
Facts about Ricky & Lucy
Breed: Lionhead Mix
already neutered and housetrained.
Ricky & Lucy's Info...
I am already neutered and housetrained.
Ricky & Lucy's Story...
Ricky & Lucy's Story...
Lucy & Ricky are a bonded pair of Lionhead and smooth white bunnies with blue eyes. They're sweet, neutered and use a hay box. Their caretaker's fiance developed severe asthma such that it is life-threatening for them to keep the rabbits. Everyone is heartbroken. They're desperate to keep the rabbits out of the animal shelters and we want to help. If you can help in any way (by adopting, fostering, or covering cost of boarding) please let us know ASAP. Adoption application on www.larabbits.org and thank you much for sharing!
We are a Los-Angeles based rabbit welfare group that provides education on rabbit care, promotes spay/neuter of companion rabbits, and helps find homes for abandoned rabbits in Los Angeles County.
Our founder, Michelle Kelly, PhD, has helped establish successful adoption programs for rabbits in public animal shelters. She is also a licensed educator for House Rabbit Society.
Come Meet Our Pets...
Weekly mobile adoption venue:
Centinela Feed & Pet Supplies (inside the store) 3860 S. Centinela Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90066
Every Saturday from 12:30 - 3:30
Our Adoption Process...
We have a sliding adoption fee schedule of $60-90 per rabbit. This includes the neuter (we do not adopt out unaltered rabbits under any circumstances). Rabbits must live in an indoor, cage-free environment. Exercise pens that are at least 4' x 4' with run time in a rabbit-proofed room are acceptable.
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