My name is Ethel (Lucy & Ethel)!

Florida White Mix for adoption in South Bend, Indiana - Ethel (Lucy & Ethel)
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Heartland Small Animal Rescue

Facts about Ethel (Lucy & Ethel)

  • Breed: Florida White Mix
  • Color: White
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Standard
  • Sex: Female
  • Hair: Short
Lucy and Ethel are sweet sisters looking for their forever home(s). They are working on their potty training after spending many months in the shelter. We hope they will find their forever homes soon!


Adoption fee: $50 single rabbit/$80 bonded pair (does not include habitat)

Interested in adoption? Please email or fill out an application online at

Contact JoAnn at 574-400-5633 for more information about this rabbit and where you can meet our other adoptable small animals.

All of our adoptable rabbits have been spayed/neutered. This simple surgery, though relatively expensive,
is not just for population control. It also eliminates territorial and domination issues. They no longer
need to be aggressive in marking or protecting a territory or winning a mate. More importantly,
spay/neuter surgery eliminates the source for gender cancers later in life. In days past,
the life expectancy of a rabbit was only two years, whereas, those that have been fixed and
are provided a safe habitat with quality food now average 10 years and many live into their late teens.
Not only is their life expectancy longer, but their quality of life is significantly improved.

Heartland Small Animal Rescue also does not adopt to outdoor hutches. Our rabbits, in addition to being fixed,
have been litter box trained or are in the training process. Rabbits are very neat and tidy, much like a
cat and do well indoors as house rabbits. They make great companion pets and enjoy spending
time with their 'family'. We do recommend a house cage / condo exercise pen for your domestic rabbit to
keep them out of trouble while you are away or sleeping. The size of the cage/condo will be
dependant on the time you are away. The longer they will be confined, the larger it needs to be
to provide room for exercise, litter box, hay and fresh water.


About Heartland Small Animal Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

Heartland Small Animal Rescue is a non-profit serving South Bend & surrounding cities. We are comprised of a group of dedicated volunteers who work to find loving homes for homeless pets in our area.

It is our mission to help reduce the homeless pet population in the South Bend area. You can help by fostering an animal, donating your time or money, or adopting a new family member.

If you wish to send in a tax-deductable donation, our mailing addres is:
PO Box 6033
South Bend, IN 46660
Company Overview
Heartland Small Animal Rescue Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization serving South Bend, IN and surrounding towns by taking in homeless pets and adopting them out into loving homes. We also work closely with local shelters to reduce euthanasia rates by pulling animals and putting them in our program.

All of our animals reside in foster homes until they are adopted out. We do not have a physical shelter. For more information please email

Donate to Our Rescue Group...

Come Meet Our Pets...

We hold adoption events on Saturdays at Petsmart in Mishawaka from 11-3. We also hold other events throughout the year. You can also contact us directly regarding a pet seen here and we will set up a time for you to meet them in person. You can see our full calendar of events on facebook or email

Our Adoption Process...

All of our dogs, cats, rabbits & ferrets are spayed or neutered prior to adoption. Small animals are usually not altered. We have adoption applications, a short interview process, and an adoption fee for each animal. All animals (except rabbits & small animals) are up to date on all shots.

Adoption Fees:
Puppies (under 1 year) $250
Adult Dogs $200
Senior Dogs (over 7 years) $100
Cats $100
Rabbits $50 (includes alter)
Ferrets $125/pair; $75/single
Guinea Pigs $20
Rats $10
Hamsters $10
Gerbils $10
Degus $20
Hedgehogs $75
Chinchillas $100
Birds - adoption fee varies with species
Reptiles - adoption fee varies with species