found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
I am already neutered, housetrained, and in need of an experienced adopter.
I was found living in someone's backyard. My previous owner didn't want me anymore after Easter, so she let me outside. I was so afraid, I had never been outside before. Sadly, lots of other rabbits are "set free" when they are no longer wanted, this is very common after Easter.
A nice lady took me into her home, and she gave me food, I LOVE food! I also LOVE to be pet, I will stop dead in my tracks and just melt, I will stay there for hours if you want me to!
I'm learning new things everyday, like how to use the litterbox, and I even know my name and come when called!
I will be neutered in the next couple of weeks, and will be available for adoption then.
*Though our volunteers try their best, we cannot guarantee that any rescued animal will be a perfect match for each resident, child, or resident pet in every foster/forever home.*
To adopt or foster please visit our website
www.muskokaanimalrescue.com and complete an application form.
PLEASE EMAIL if you have questions - our management team does not maintain our Facebook Page and our Social Networking Team may be unable to help you.
THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT! YOUR SUPPORT SAVES LIVES!
Muskoka Animal Rescue will be searching for a home for Toby where he will have a friend, preferably a fixed female rabbit. However cats and dogs will be considered. He is extremely social, friendly and loves to be where the action is and needs a buddy. His new owner will need to have rabbit experience or must be willing to learn all there is to know about these complex creatures and their special needs.
Please note it is never okay to release a domestic rabbit (or any animal) into the wild. There are so many organizations such as ours that are willing to help if you can no longer care for them and there is no excuse for this. Toby is lucky someone just happened to look outside their window and notice him one day, other rabbits are not this lucky.
ADOPTION FEE: Rabbits - $75