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Breed
American Sable
Color
Sable
Age
Young
Size
(When grown) Standard
Sex
Male
Pet ID
Hair Length
medium

My info

Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

Simon is an explorer! He loves to check on everything including tight spots and is a binky expert! This brave boy loves to greet you and enjoys his fresh greens. He is mostly litterbox trained (and still improving.

Simon came to us with his brother, Randy. They are best friends and would love to find a forever home together!

Broken Tail Rescue believes rabbits are healthiest and happiest when kept as indoor house pets (but not cage pets). Prospective adopters should be prepared with a bunny proof area of their home and a containment of appropriate size.
Simon is an explorer! He loves to check on everything including tight spots and is a binky expert! This brave boy loves to greet you and enjoys his fresh greens. He is mostly litterbox trained (and still improving.

Simon came to us with his brother, Randy. They are best friends and would love to find a forever home together!

Broken Tail Rescue believes rabbits are healthiest and happiest when kept as indoor house pets (but not cage pets). Prospective adopters should be prepared with a bunny proof area of their home and a containment of appropriate size.
Rescue

Broken Tail Rescue, Inc.

Contact info
Pet ID
Contact
Address
Worcester, MA 01606
Donation

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

The Adoption Process - Fill out an application for your potential new family member - One of our volunteers will review the submitted application and do their best to respond within 48 hours - We will check personal and veterinary records (if applicable) - After checking references, we will then look to schedule a home visit (for dogs only) - If the animal is a good match, then a meet and greet will be setup – usually at the foster home or the Cambridge PetSmart adoption center - We like to have all family members attend - Finally, the last step if to complete the adoption paperwork and to bring your new family member home Here are a few items for people to consider before deciding to adopt: - Renters must have their landlord’s permission - Adopters must be 21 years of age or older - All adoptive homes must be stable, supportive, and capable to meet all veterinary and financial needs of the animal - Some adoptions will require adopters to enroll the dog in training classes as a condition of adoption - Kittens younger than 6 months must be adopted with another kitten/cat or go to a home with a resident cat for socialization - There may be additional adoption requirements for puppies (puppy socialization classes, someone home during the day, etc) Adoption Fees Adoption fees help defray the cost of transportation, care, and medical treatment. Dogs Our adoption fees are generally between $300 and $400 for most adult dogs and puppies and are decided on a case-by-case basis. All dogs adopted from Broken Tail Rescue will be spayed or neutered, receive a veterinary exam, be up to date on vaccinations, heartworm tested and started on preventive, dewormed, given flea and tick treatment if needed, and microchipped. Cats Our adoption fee varies by age for cats and kittens: Kitten (0 - 11 months): $300 Two kittens (0 - 11 months): $550 Adult cat (12 months - 10 years): $225 Two adult cats: $400 Senior cat (11+ years): $150 Special needs cat: $150 or TBD All cats adopted from Broken Tail Rescue will be spayed or neutered, receive a veterinary exam, be up to date on vaccinations, FeLV/FIV tested, dewormed, given flea and tick treatment, and microchipped. Ready to Adopt? Are you interested in one of our adoptable animals, fill out the adoption application to start the process!
The Adoption Process - Fill out an application for your potential new family member - One of our volunteers will review the submitted application and do their best to respond within 48 hours - We will check personal and veterinary records (if applicable) - After checking references, we will then look to schedule a home visit (for dogs only) - If the animal is a good match, then a meet and greet will be setup – usually at the foster home or the Cambridge PetSmart adoption center - We like to have all family members attend - Finally, the last step if to complete the adoption paperwork and to bring your new family member home Here are a few items for people to consider before deciding to adopt: - Renters must have their landlord’s permission - Adopters must be 21 years of age or older - All adoptive homes must be stable, supportive, and capable to meet all veterinary and financial needs of the animal - Some adoptions will require adopters to enroll the dog in training classes as a condition of adoption - Kittens younger than 6 months must be adopted with another kitten/cat or go to a home with a resident cat for socialization - There may be additional adoption requirements for puppies (puppy socialization classes, someone home during the day, etc) Adoption Fees Adoption fees help defray the cost of transportation, care, and medical treatment. Dogs Our adoption fees are generally between $300 and $400 for most adult dogs and puppies and are decided on a case-by-case basis. All dogs adopted from Broken Tail Rescue will be spayed or neutered, receive a veterinary exam, be up to date on vaccinations, heartworm tested and started on preventive, dewormed, given flea and tick treatment if needed, and microchipped. Cats Our adoption fee varies by age for cats and kittens: Kitten (0 - 11 months): $300 Two kittens (0 - 11 months): $550 Adult cat (12 months - 10 years): $225 Two adult cats: $400 Senior cat (11+ years): $150 Special needs cat: $150 or TBD All cats adopted from Broken Tail Rescue will be spayed or neutered, receive a veterinary exam, be up to date on vaccinations, FeLV/FIV tested, dewormed, given flea and tick treatment, and microchipped. Ready to Adopt? Are you interested in one of our adoptable animals, fill out the adoption application to start the process!

Go meet their pets

All of our pets for adoption are in foster homes. You must fill out an adoption application before being considered for adoption. Once your application is received, the foster parent will contact you to discuss whether the animal would be a good fit for your home and set up a meet between your family and the pet. We also house several cats in our adoption center at the Cambridge PetSmart. Stop by to play with them Monday-Friday from 5pm-8pm and all day Saturday and Sunday!
All of our pets for adoption are in foster homes. You must fill out an adoption application before being considered for adoption. Once your application is received, the foster parent will contact you to discuss whether the animal would be a good fit for your home and set up a meet between your family and the pet. We also house several cats in our adoption center at the Cambridge PetSmart. Stop by to play with them Monday-Friday from 5pm-8pm and all day Saturday and Sunday!

More about this rescue

Mission Statement: Broken Tail Rescue, Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit foster-based rescue organization dedicated to the rescue of unwanted and abandoned dogs and cats in urgent need. We work closely with local animal controls, animal shelters and rescue groups to ensure the placement of these forgotten animals. We will not discriminate on basis of health, age, or breed and will only consider humane euthanasia in cases of aggression or for quality-of-life due to untreatable medical conditions. Our animals are vet examined, vaccinated, spayed or neutered as needed and receive any and all medical treatment necessary prior to being placed into carefully screened permanent homes.
Mission Statement: Broken Tail Rescue, Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit foster-based rescue organization dedicated to the rescue of unwanted and abandoned dogs and cats in urgent need. We work closely with local animal controls, animal shelters and rescue groups to ensure the placement of these forgotten animals. We will not discriminate on basis of health, age, or breed and will only consider humane euthanasia in cases of aggression or for quality-of-life due to untreatable medical conditions. Our animals are vet examined, vaccinated, spayed or neutered as needed and receive any and all medical treatment necessary prior to being placed into carefully screened permanent homes.