Hello! My name is Heath
I am already neutered, housetrained, and in need of an experienced adopter.
UPDATE FROM FOSTER HOME: Heath is hangin' in there. His cage aggression is not horrible, but that may be because I know how to handle him. He's EXCELLENT with his litter box habits, and once he's out of the cage he's fantastic. He's a little shy about running around...but that may be because he's afraid of my dog (who is very rabbit-friendly).
Meet our Heath - known as "Heethers" in his foster home. He is a 5 to 6 year old bunny. He was rescued from a county shelter. According to the shelter he is very easy to handle and enjoys being held and pet and was said to be a very social bunny. He is neutered and weighs around 4 pounds. He is doing very well in his foster home. He keeps his cage extremely clean and uses his litterbox like a pro. He does have cage aggression - which basically means he does not like hands coming into his cage. His foster home is working on trying to reduce this...
Rescue Group Info...
take in to ultimately re-home shelter and owner surrender. We spay/neuter all rabbits before adoption. We always need foster/temporary homes, help with adoption events, fund raising, grant writting, and home visits.
We do events at Petsmarts, Petco, local malls, vet open houses, etc. All events are posted on our site.
Application, potential home and vet check. Adoption donation.
South Jersey. Atlantic, Burlington, Camden counties. Foster homes are needed, there are to many homeless rabbits, sadly, some will be put down without your help.