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My name is Marshmallow!

I'm being cared for by
Kingston Animal Rescue

Facts about me

New Zealand
(When grown) Standard
Pet ID
Hair Length

My info

Small blue checkmark Purebred
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

Marshmallow and Snowball are bonded sisters who must be adopted together. They came to the rescue along with their siblings when they were found in a box on the side of a road when they were just babies. Thankfully a kind person helped them and eventually they came into our care.

Marshmallow is the smaller of the two girls. She is very curious and energetic with a dash of sass. She absolutely loves to run, play and binky, and also enjoys construction projects, like renovating cardboard boxes and rearranging her toys. She can be selective about pets, but is accepting when she's in the mood.

Snowball is larger than her sister and has a lower energy level. She often lets her sister take the lead and explore first, but she also really likes to run. While she is more cautious, Snowball is also more mischievous and is prone to classic bunny moves, like chewing and digging. She is also a professional flopper. Her more chill approach to life also makes her a fan of handing out with her humans and receiving pets.

Together, they sometimes groom and cuddle but can also be quite independent. Both girls have excellent litter habits

Marshmallow and Snowball have been health checked and are spayed.

Kingston Animal Rescue

Contact info
Pet ID
Kingston, ON K7M 2S1

Their adoption process

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More about this rescue

We are a volunteer-run, “no-kill” animal rescue group dedicated to making a difference.

RESCUE: We rescue and find forever homes for animals in need using a network of foster homes.

REHABILITATION: We provide all animals with proper veterinary care, housing and nutrition, spay or neuter, and a loving foster home for socialization and recovery.

ADOPTION: As a “no-kill” rescue, our animals stay in foster homes until they are adopted.

EDUCATION: We educate the public about animal issues such as: proper care, the pet overpopulation crisis, the need to spay/neuter, and the importance of adoption.