Hello! My name is Gemma
I am already spayed, housetrained, and purebred.
(Born July 2009, 5 lbs.) Beautiful, sleek Gemma came to us very mistrustful of humans, most likely due to terrible treatment by the humans with whom she came in contact. Very combative and aggressive, Gemma took quite a while to calm down but she is learning that some humans can indeed be trusted and the ones at our shelter want to give her nothing but love and gentle handling. She has come a long, long way since she arrived and her temperament is improving all the time, but she still has a way to go before she becomes the loving, sweet bunny we know she is. Because of this, Gemma will need a rabbit-experienced owner who understands the special needs of abused bunnies, and will give her the patience and love she needs to heal, recover and bloom.
More information about Brambley Hedge Rabbit Rescue
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Brambley Hedge Rabbit Rescue, Inc., has been caring for abused, abandoned and unwanted domestic rabbits since 1986. We are a not-for-profit, 501(c)(3), all-volunteer domestic rabbit rescue organization and no-kill shelter, housing more than 100 rabbits at any time. Over the past twenty-three years we have placed over 2500 rabbits with caring, adoptive parents. We work together with county agencies to check on abuse situations and act as expert witnesses for trials. We offer humane traps to the general public to capture stray rabbits. We only accept rabbits from other rescue agencies and work hand in hand with the Arizona Humane Society. We also partner with the Southern Arizona Rabbit Rescue (Tucson) and the local wild rabbit rescue (AZ Fish & Game licensed).
A calendar of upcoming adoption events can be found on our website here: http://www.bhrabbitrescue.org/links/events.htm
Maps and directions to our adoption event sites can be found here: http://www.bhrabbitrescue.org/links/adoptevents.htm
Adoptions are done through our adoption events, held several times a month at three locations in the Phoenix metro area. Potential adopters must meet in-person with our adoption counselors. We do not ship rabbits anywhere. All our rabbits are neutered or spayed. Adoption fees are $60 for a single rabbit and $110 for a bonded pair. For more information please read our adoption policies and procedures: http://www.bhrabbitrescue.org/links/adoptinfo.htm