Hello! My name is Clooney
I am already neutered and housetrained.
Shelter Resident Since: 11/26/10
Age When Entered Shelter: adult
Color(s)Markings: White with agouti
Biography: One look at Clooney, and you know he got his name from being so handsome! Clooney is Chicho's son. Chico and his four babies were all surrendered to Lancaster Humane. He is a good boy,and is very patient with getting his mane of fur brushed.
If this little one appeals to you, hop over to our adoption application so this bun can start a new life at your home!
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Rescue Group Info...
An advanced appointment and application pre-approval are required for an adoption screening appointment. You will be contacted to set up an appointment after we receive your online application.
All of our adoptable rabbits can be seen in person by appointment at our foster location in Newport, DE. We enjoy meeting our adopters and want to be sure we can give you the undivided time and attention to find just the right rabbit companion for you!
*****Please note: An advanced appointment and application pre-approval are required for an adoption screening appointment. Call (302) 683-9009 to schedule.
If you would like to provide a safe, loving, indoor home please fill out an adoption application.
Each rabbit has been examined by our veterinarian, spayed/neutered, and litterbox trained.
Adoption fees are as follows: $85.00 for a single rabbit, $140.00 for a pair and $180.00 for rabbit trios. This adoption fee includes spaying or neutering as well as the House Rabbit Handbook. These fees are fully tax-deductible.
Adoptions from us are a great deal - if you purchase a rabbit at a pet store or breeder, you'll pay $15 -$50 for a rabbit that is not spayed or neutered. Spay/neuter is the single most important thing you can do for your bunny's lifestyle and health. As a responsible rabbit owner, you will pay $200-$300 for a neuter and $250-$400 for a spay when you obtain these services outside our shelter.
Rescued rabbits not only cost less - you're giving a bunny a second chance!