I'm being cared for by: St. Hubert's Animal Welfare Center
Help me get seen & adopted!
Facts about Bella
Breed: American Mix
I am already spayed.
Hi I'm Bella! I'm a big beautiful Agouti bun girl that came to St. Hubert's from the ASPCA in New York City. I have my shy moments so I'd love a home with a patient owner where I can come out of my shell and let my sweet bunny personality shine. My friends here at the shelter will show you my favorite spots to be pet - and they'll give you tips on how to help be become more confident. I'm doing well with my litterbox training - my friends here will let you know how to help me keep up with my skills.
Please call the Madison shelter at 973-377-2295 if you have any questions about adopting!
St. Hubert’s Animal Welfare Center is a private, nonprofit organization dedicated to the humane treatment of animals. It operates animal shelters in Madison and North Branch, New Jersey, an adoption center in Mt. Olive, NJ, and one of the largest professional dog training and behavior centers in the country at its Madison campus. Humane Education and Pet Therapy Visitation are among its programs offered to the community. St. Hubert’s also provides animal control services by contract in several municipalities in proximity to the shelters.
Come Meet Our Pets...
Madison Adoption Center P.O. Box 159 575 Woodland Ave. Madison, NJ 07940 (973) 377-2296
Sunday-Tuesday 12pm to 4pm Wednesday-Saturday 12pm to 6pm
Our Adoption Process...
Our adoption process is an open, friendly one. Visit our shelters 7 days a week: Sunday - Tuesday noon-4; Wednesday - Saturday noon - 6. Our adoption counselors will help you select the best match for you and your family. All dogs and cats, puppies and kittens are fully vaccinated, dewormed, microchipped and spayed/neutered prior to placement.
Puppies--$300 Dogs--$275 Kittens--$175 Cats--$150 Small furries: Varies
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