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Facts about Scarlet O'Hare-A
Breed: Lop-Eared Mix
Scarlet O'Hare-A's Info...
I am already spayed.
Scarlet O'Hare-A's Story...
Scarlet O'Hare-A's Story...
Introducing: Scarlet O'Hare-A!
Janis, along with ten other "celebunnies," was rescued from a bad situation in early June. Living in overcrowded, dirty, and neglectful conditions, this bunch was a little rough around the edges. But with lots of care and a little time, they've blossomed into amazing rabbits! Although still a little shy around strangers, these rabbits are looking forward to a bright future!
Ms. O'Hare-A has had a longer road to the adoption floor than most of her siblings. When she first arrived, Scarlet had something called an upper respiratory infection from living in such bad conditions. We've been treating her since her arrival, and her sneezing has all but disappeared! After kicking URI's butt, Scarlet is looking forward to the happy, healthy life in front of her. Scarlet isn't the bravest of bunnies, but with the past she's had who can blame her? Despite her initial misgivings, Scarlet blossoms with time and patience, and is quite the little sassy-pants! With the soul of an interior designer, Scarlet has lots of thoughts on where the items in her cage belong, and she's not shy about telling you if you've gotten them in the wrong spots!
If you're looking for a fun little spit-fire like Scarlet O'Hare-A, please come by to meet her! She is currently living in a staff office because of a lack of floor space on the adoption floor. Although Scarlet is a happy, healthy bun now, the nature of URI is that it lives in the animal's system for quite some time. Because of this, we are recommending that Scarlet go to a home where she will be the only bunny (so as not to spread any lingering germs) or to a home that is comfortable managing URI symptoms.
The Animal Rescue League of NH is a community resource dedicated to saving the lives of homeless pets, caring for companion animals afflicted by neglect, abandonment and cruelty and enhancing the relationship between people and pets through adoption, education, compassion and the promotion of animal welfare.
Come Meet Our Pets...
The Animal Rescue League of NH is located at 545 Rt. 101 in Bedford NH. We welcome you to visit our shelter during any of our shelter hours. Our hours are Tuesdays and Thursdays 1:00pm - 7:00pm, Saturday, and Sunday 12:00pm - 5:00pm. Adoptions end a half hour prior to close each day.
Our Adoption Process...
Our adoption requirements are as follows:
Adopters must be at least 21 years of age
We encourage that all members of the family come and visit with the animal (especially children).
Homes that currently own one or more dogs and are looking for another will have to complete a dog meeting to ascertian compatibility.
Adoption fees are as follows:
Cats: Kittens: $125 Cats up to 7 yr: $70-90 Senior cats 7-10 yr: $70 Elder Cats 10 yr +: $40
Dogs: Puppies: $250 Dogs up to 7 yr: $125-225 Senior Dogs 7-10 yr: $100 Elder Dogs 10 yr +: $70
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