I'm being cared for by: Sweet Binks Rabbit Rescue, Inc.
Help me get seen & adopted!
Facts about Jake
Breed: Other/Unknown Mix
already neutered and housetrained.
I am already neutered and housetrained.
Jake is Hope's son, he was born at animal control and came to Sweet Binks with his mom (in tough shape) and his siblings. He is the only one still awaiting a home from Hope's 5 babies. He is neutered, about 6 months old now and a happy, good boy! Excellent with his litterbox and has great airplane ears! If interested in Jake, please visit our web site at http://sweetbinks.org for our adoption policies, online adoption application and much more.
Sweet Binks is a 501c3 nonprofit, all volunteer shelter and educational organization for domestic rabbits. Sweet Binks is a state licensed shelter and dedicated to helping homeless, abandoned and neglected rabbits and educating to prevent abandonment and improve the lives of companion rabbits. Sweet Binks assists area shelters with 150 to 200 abandoned rabbits a year.
Come Meet Our Pets...
Sweet Binks is a private shelter, therefore, not open to the public. Adoption appoinments are made once approved for adoption. Please visit http://sweetbinks.org for our adoption policies, online adoption application and much more!
Our Adoption Process...
Please visit our web site at http://sweetbinks.org for our adoption policies and online adoption application if interested in adopting a bun from Sweet Binks. All pertinent information plus a lot more will be found during this process. If our adoption policies are applicable to you, please fill out the application and we will be in touch with you promptly and we will take it from there. Thank you!
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