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My name is Forever in Our Care: Louise!
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My story

Louise was set outside a house in Lancaster City with a sign that said "Free" on her cage. Someone from the Pennsylvania SPCA saw that, called the police, and the police had the homeowners surrender her to the SPCA. We got her from there.

Louise had serious abscesses on her head that involved the bone. She's had surgery to remove a lot of the infection, which has left her with an open hole in her nasal cavity that must be rinsed with a saline solution daily. Due to her medical needs, Louise isn't available for adoption, but you can sponsor some of her care using the "Donate to this Rescue" link at the bottom of the page. Thank you!


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Harrisburg, PA 17112

Their adoption process

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Potential adopters should fill out our adoption contract and questionnaire, including a home phone number. We adopt to indoor homes only. All potential adopters are interviewed by phone before being approved. You must be screened by our adoption coordinator before visiting our shelter. Once approved, a BunnyPeople representative will meet you at a mutually convenient time for adoption. Our adoption fee is $50 per rabbit, and must be paid in cash or check only.

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We have Open Hours at the shelter one Sunday a month. Check our Facebook page for the schedule!

More about this rescue

BunnyPeople was established as a 501(c)3 rabbit rescue, adoption and education organization in 1992. We operate a no-kill shelter that houses approximately 22 rabbits at any given time. While in our care, the rabbits receive a proper diet, exercise, human companionship and any medical attention needed until they are adopted. We strive to educate the public on responsible rabbit ownership, including guidelines on choosing a rabbit and proper care for these indoor pets. We discourage the purchase of rabbits as Easter gifts, since many are dumped a few months later. We also promote spaying and neutering not only for population control, but for the better health and longevity of each animal.