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My name is George!
I'm being cared for by
Our Pack, Inc

Facts about me

Breed
Other/Unknown
Color
Agouti
Age
Adult
Size
(When grown) Standard
Sex
Male
Pet ID
Hair Length
medium

My info

Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

George is fun but also can be mild mannered and hang out with you. He likes to see what you're doing and help supervise.
He's great at using his litter box and loves Timothy hay." Contact info@ourpack.org for more information
George is fun but also can be mild mannered and hang out with you. He likes to see what you're doing and help supervise.
He's great at using his litter box and loves Timothy hay." Contact info@ourpack.org for more information
Rescue

Our Pack, Inc

Contact info
Pet ID
Contact
Campbell Mary
Phone
Address
San Jose, CA 95118

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

Our animals are spayed or neutered and current on vaccinations.
Our animals are spayed or neutered and current on vaccinations.

More about this rescue

Our Pack's mission is to keep pets from entering shelters in the first place, by providing free spay/neuter, education, training, post adoption support, rescue, and facilitating the lifelong bond between pets and their people. Our mission is to also keep rabbits from entering shelters and educate the public on proper care. We have found similar misconceptions about them in regards to care and behavior as companion animals as we've seen with dogs. We are working to see rabbits have better lives through education, rescue and help with spay/neuter. There has also been an increasing number of abandoned rabbits to shelters and on the streets. For more information on how we evolved to this work click on our Bunny Education & Rescue page above. Our Pack's vision is that there will be fewer pets entering shelters and more pets staying home, and equal treatment of all animals regardless of breed or species.
Our Pack's mission is to keep pets from entering shelters in the first place, by providing free spay/neuter, education, training, post adoption support, rescue, and facilitating the lifelong bond between pets and their people. Our mission is to also keep rabbits from entering shelters and educate the public on proper care. We have found similar misconceptions about them in regards to care and behavior as companion animals as we've seen with dogs. We are working to see rabbits have better lives through education, rescue and help with spay/neuter. There has also been an increasing number of abandoned rabbits to shelters and on the streets. For more information on how we evolved to this work click on our Bunny Education & Rescue page above. Our Pack's vision is that there will be fewer pets entering shelters and more pets staying home, and equal treatment of all animals regardless of breed or species.