found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
I am already spayed, housetrained, a special needs pet, and in need of an experienced adopter.
Starshine is was born approximately Jan 2009. Starshine was returned and had been mishandled apparently, and had to overcome cage anxiety, probably from not being let out at all. She had been adopted as a sweet 4 or 5 month old baby but was fearful when returned. She tends to be chubby, and needs pellets daily but not too many. Oxbow barley biscuits are her favorite, very good hay eater. Drinks from a wire rod sipper bottle. Starshine absolutely loves willow balls from Busy Bunny.
If she isn't adopted soon, we will attempt to bond her with Einstein and then they would have to be adopted together. But of course, that will never happen! Here's wishful thinking though. We wish that all the rabbits who we've adopted out to carefully screened homes would get adopted again by better adopters and then really be 'adopted.' But no matter how carefully we screen people, so many folks just never had any intention of having a commitment to the adoption promises.
We can never be too picky but what is the point in doing adoption after adoption for the same animal, to have their heart broken or neglected again and again until they sicken from it and die. At least the ones who get returned, we know their fate as many we just never hear about again and we know some of them are happy and treasured, but a lot are just forgotten and languish as if invisible right under the adopter's nose.
Adoptions are not something that can be conducted through text messaging. Please do your homework and read our website and we'll take it from there.