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I am already neutered and housetrained.
Why does Snoopy get overlooked? We have no idea!
Snoopy was adopted in April but returned after only a short time as he was stressed, unhappy and not fitting into his new home well.
Snoopy can be a little jumpy at times. He doesn't like sudden noises or unannounced pets. He is not terribly comfortable being picked up or carried but he LOVES attention and loves to play and interact with his people. He could throw toys with his foster for hours and still want to play. Snoopy is curious and likes to investigate. He has excellent litter habits and is a good hay eater. He absolutely loves chewing on his apple twigs and is a connoisseur of toss toys!
Snoopy is not recommended for a bond to another bunny but needs so desperately to bond to his people and to feel wanted and loved.
Snoopy was originally found abandoned on the side of the road and his life before that is not known. He has moved foster homes several times over the last year and each time he seems to see this as another abandonment… Snoopy wonders what is wrong with him and he does seem to push people away when they try to get close to him. He is however, a very sweet man but emotionally has a hard time adjusting to new people and new situations and needs a home that understands him, is patient and loves him for who he is.
If you are interested in giving Snoopy the forever home that he needs or you have any questions about Snoopy, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Snoopy is a sweet and rambunctious little boy. He always makes a big impression on people at Adoption Events because he is so friendly and cute as a button! Snoopy is waiting for his forever home….