My name is Sherman!

American Mix for adoption in Welland, Ontario - Sherman
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Little Friends Rescue

Facts about Sherman

  • Breed: American Mix
  • Color: White
  • Age: Senior
  • Size: Standard
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: 11050411
  • Hair: Short
Senior cuddle bug looking for love~

King Sherman is here to warm your hearts and your lap! This sweet senior bunny is everything a family could ask for: affectionate, healthy, and happy. Sherman comes running to his name for treats. He loves cuddles, bananas and a nice comfy bed. Since Sherman is 6-7 years old we are looking for an understanding home that he can grow old in and catch some R&R in his retirement years. Bunnies can live 10-15 years so he still has plenty of life left in him! He tends to be less active than a young rabbit but has no problem getting around. Our veterinarian recommends he stays on a low dose of metacam to manage pain from arthritis and see a veterinarian twice a year to manage his aging. This guy is a serious charmer at events. He comes running up to strangers for pets and attention but he Sherman would love nothing more than to find a place to grow old in.


About Little Friends Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

Vision Statement: Little Friends Rescue is building refuge for rodents and lagomorphs in danger of either perishing as a stray or being euthanized in shelters in Ontario and Quebec. We also offer support for owned pets through education and rehoming services.

Mission: Our aim is to create a no-kill community for small animals through our rescue efforts as well as public education.

Little Friends Rescue (LFR) is a non-profit small animal rescue that is dedicated to helping small animals in our community. LFR rehomes, rehabilitates and provides hospice care for rabbits and other domestic rodents. The small animals that enter LFR usually come from laboratories, high volume shelters, emergency owner surrenders or are found abandoned.

LFR was founded in 2015 by Rebecca Feddema and Corey Arsenault. It began with rescuing a small group of rats and has now grown into Southern Ontario's largest rodent rescue. LFR is currently operating through a series of foster homes based in Southern Ontario and aims to have a shelter location open in early 2017.

LFR currently offers refuge for rats, mice, hamsters, gerbils, guinea pigs, rabbits, and chinchillas.

Our work is made possible by the donations of our generous supporters and our team of hard working volunteers.

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Our Adoption Process...

Adoption process:
1) Little Friends Rescue (LFR) will answer any questions you may have about the adoption process. Adoption application is attached once all questions have been answered.
2) Adopter fills out adoption application and sends it back to us via email
3) Adoption applications are reviewed by LFR's Adoption team and a decision is made. Each application must include pictures of the room that the animal will be staying in as well as pictures of the (potential) enclosure.
4) Within 24 hrs the LFR Adoption team will give the adopter an "YES" or "NO". If adopters are denied, a reason will be given. If adopter are approved, an adoption contract will be sent via email and must be completed before adoption process can proceed.
5) A phone interview will be arranged to clarify the terms of adoption, answer any further questions, state adoption fees, and book transportation.
6) The animals will be transported to you, at your convenience.
7) An adoption fee must be paid to the LFR volunteer transporting the animal.
8) Enjoy your furry friend(s) and keep us updated on their progress with photos, descriptions etc.