Hello! My name is Pippa
found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
Other Pets at Shelter...
Pippa is a precious spayed lop girl! She loves to play, hop around, dig and chew... All the typical fun bunny stuff! Pippa is spunky and fun in every way! She's fine with being held and loves to snuggle in your arms until it's play time again. Pippa gets along well with cats and well behaved dogs. She will make a GREAT family pet!!
Rescue Group Info...
Clover Patch Sanctuary is an all volunteer, non-profit domestic rabbit rescue and sanctuary that has applied for our 501(c)3 non profit status. We practice the 3 "R"'s: Rescue, Rehabilitate & Rehome. We believe that all domestic rabbits, regardless of temperament and/or breed, deserve a loving and nuturing home with the same afforded rights as a dog or cat.
For more information about our mission as well as the 411 on our directors, please visit our website at: www.adoptabunny.net
We have constant events where you can meet the bunnies of Clover Patch Sanctuary! If would like to come by our shelters to meet them one-on-one, please call us or email us to set up an appointment. Adoption visits are done by appointment only!
We have 3 requirements for adoption from Clover Patch Sanctuary:
1. Any & all rabbits adopted must live indoors as viable members of the family
2. Any & all rabbits adopted must be housed in an approved rabbit habitat within the home in accordance with The House Rabbit Society's criteria.
3. Any & all rabbits adopted must be adopted by a person(s) over the age of 18 & primary care must be given by that person.
Our adoption fee is:
$75 for a single rabbit
$120 for a pair of rabbits
All rabbits adopted from Clover Patch Sanctuary are either spayed or neutered and have received a health/medical check up prior to adoption. We have an application process and contract that must be filled out online on our website at www.adoptabunny.net
Williamson County, Davidson County, Middle Tennessee, Southern Kentucky