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|Breed:||Netherland Dwarf Mix||Color:||White||Age:||Young|
Recently, a fellow Florida bunny rescue needed to close due to the directors illness. When we found out, we offered to take in 11 of their bunnies to help them get adopted. Pepper is one of the 11 bunnies we took in. He has adjusted well and is going great with his litter box.
Pepper is a very shy boy who should blossom once he is in a one on one home. He is sweet as they come and will need a family who understands that it may take him a little time to overcome his shyness. Pepper is doing great in rescue, but he needs a home of his own. If you have a little girl bunny who is looking for a sweet boy, Pepper could be the one.
He would LOVE to go home with you and get some one-on-one attention!
Will you be his forever home?
Rescue Group Info...
We are a nonprofit organization accepting into its protection any rabbit that has been mistreated or abandoned. The organization does not deny shelter because of disability or illness. All rabbits, after being nursed into optimum health by knowledgeable volunteers and—when necessary—local vets, are spayed and neutered before being placed up for adoption. GRR volunteers screen all adopting families to insure these rabbits will be placed in a secure and loving home.
Gainesville Rabbit Rescue, Inc. is not a shelter; it is solely reliant upon the efforts of its volunteers. The rabbits do not live in kennels, but in the loving homes of foster families who see to it that the rabbits are litter box trained, fed and well cared for, with expenses coming more often than not from their own pockets.
Domestic rabbits are less able to save themselves than other companion animals. Classified as both pets and livestock, they are farmed, experimented on, eaten, worn, made into lucky charms; and some are kept as companions. Unfortunately, like other companion animals, they are also discarded by irresponsible owners. Thousands of rabbits are euthanized at animal shelters each year.
Most of our rabbits are in the loving care of foster families, so meetings to view the rabbits can be scheduled by phone or email.
GRR is also found every 1st and 3rd Sunday of the month at the Petsmart located on Archer Road in Gainesville, FL.
An adoption application is required and GRR screens all adopting families prior to adoption approval.
Individual rabbits have an adoption fee of $55.00, and bonded pairs have a fee of $95.00.
GRR serves rabbits throughout Florida, with dedicated volunteers across Florida and Georgia.