Hello! My name is Hopper
I am already neutered, housetrained, and purebred.
Is this big boy good looking or what? He certainly thinks he is. Hopper is an otter mixed breed who we estimate to be about three years old. He was skittish when he first arrived on the Island, but quickly evolved into a big love of a bun. Hopper is still a little leery about being picked up, but melts once he feels secure in your arms. He wants things his way, including affection from shelter staff. Hopper would love to be a part of your family. Submit an adoption application at www.solomonsisle.org.
Help this Rescue Group by making a donation.
Rescue Group Info...
Solomon’s Island Rabbit Refuge, Inc., is a 501 (c)(3) tax-exempt organization that provides sanctuary to companion rabbits. We attempt to place bunnies in quality indoor homes where they can spend joyful and comfortable lives with an adoptive family. Rabbits for whom we cannot find new homes or whom we deem not adoptable due to medical or behavioral conditions or advanced age are welcome to spend the duration of their lives at the sanctuary. During their stay at the refuge, bunnies live in a clean and comfortable indoor environment with a nutritious diet, plenty of fresh water, any necessary medical care, and adoring attention. Solomon’s Island Rabbit Refuge also educates the public about the care of and life with an indoor companion rabbit.
Shelter visits are by appointment only following submission of an adoption application. See our website at www.solomonsisle.org for upcoming adoption events.
Our adoption process includes an interview and home visit, during which applicants will be able to meet the rabbit of their choice. As of May 2006, our adoption donations are $70 for a neutered male, $80 for a spayed female, and $140 for a bonded pair.
Most of Maryland and south central Pennsylvania.