7 lb lbs, DOB 06-2016, New Zealand Such a sweetie pie. Comes to you asking for head pets. Sits beside you as she grooms herself. She may even clime into your lap for a snooze. You can`t help but love her.
The House Rabbit Network is an organization formed with two primary purposes: To rescue homeless rabbits and find them good indoor homes and also to educate the public about rabbits and their care. These activities may include: • providing foster care for discarded domestic rabbits and arranging for adoption to permanent indoor homes;
• assisting humane societies and shelters with rabbits;
• providing spay/neuter surgery and veterinary care through arrangements with area practitioners;
• rehabilitating and socializing mistreated or neglected animals;
• permanently caring for animals who cannot be placed in adoptive homes due to serious health or behavioral problems; and
• educating the public on responsible pet ownership and humane practices.
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Meetings are by appointment only - please phone our adoption hotline to arrange one.
Our Adoption Process...
We only adopt to indoor homes. We ask for a donation of $75 for a single rabbit and $125 for a bonded pair. Bonded pairs cannot be split up and must be adopted together. If you are interested call our hotline at 781-431-1211 for an adoption interview. They will go over rabbit care with you.
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