Hello! My name is Appassionata “Passion Girl”
Appassionata “Passion Girl”'s Info...
Important Note: Appassionata “Passion Girl” is best friends with Orlando "Orlie". Please adopt both of them so they can stay together!
|Breed:||American Sable Mix||Color:||White||Age:||Young|
I am already spayed and housetrained.
10/3/13 Apassionata checking in. Yes, in a few months I’ll be four years old. I never realized how lonely I was until my first date with my Orlie!!! Instant love. We spend our days playing, snuggling, grooming and of course, eating yummy healthful foods. Please read our lengthy bios!!!
Update 4/13. Can you believe it??? I’m still here!!! And I became ever so lonely too. Since I am incredibly smart as well as beautiful, I wrangled a position as Orlie’s assistant. Now we are a bonded couple and must be adopted together!!!
Hi!! Apassionata aka Passion Girl checking in 2/26/12. Today I weighed 6 lbs 14 oz. I’m developing a petite dewlap while I’m waiting for my furever home. My calendar says I’m two years old now. Ridiculous that a stunning girl like me is in fostercare still. Oh and during the past year I’ve overcome the terrible traumas of my childhood. I’m still the most verbal rabbit you’ll ever meet……that’s honks, snorts grunts, all in Haiku meter, of course.
I love to poke my head out of the condo door for pets. Nirvana bliss to be snuggled by the mom. Most of the time the she leaves a pink lipsticky kiss for me to clean off later but you know, humans have weird ways of showing affection. I humor her. Mom is trained to offer me the soft carrier for transport but I can tolerate being picked up too.
But back to the problem of the furever home………..I do hope that our new website, just for us the LA FIVE will help with the matter. And I expect YOU to do your part. Not ready to adopt???? Tell your friends family members about me, OK?? Really, A bunnygirl like me is a find!!!!
Nosebonks from your Appassionata.
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Rescue Group Info...
We are a foster home organization located in West Los Angeles, dedicated to plus-sized, overlooked and undervalued rabbits. Please note that we do not have a facility and cannot accept rabbits that need to be re-homed.
Lisa Edmondson has been a volunteer with Los Angeles Animal Services since 2005. The bunnies at Rabbits Rule LA are from the LAAS shelter.
By appointment only. We are located in West Los Angeles.
First call for an interview, and you will be given an appointment. When you arrive you will be given a form to fill out. There is a $60 adoption fee. Your home must be indoors and cage free for the bunny. Home visits and checks are part of our services.