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My name is Ava!
I'm being cared for by
Wisconsin House Rabbit Society
Adoption process
1.

Submit Application

2.

Interview

3.

Approve Application

4.

Meet the Pet

5.

Home Check

6.

Sign Adoption Contract

7.

Pay Fee

1.

Submit Application

2.

Interview

3.

Approve Application

4.

Meet the Pet

5.

Home Check

6.

Sign Adoption Contract

7.

Pay Fee

Facts about me

Breed
Mini Rex
Color
Black/Tan
Age
Adult
Size
(When grown) Dwarf
Sex
Female
Pet ID
Hair Length
short

My info

Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

Ava is a beautiful, Mini Rex rabbit with fur as soft as velvet. She can be shy at first, but likes being pet. She has excellent litter box habits. Ava is a bit overweight and is currently on a diet. She would do best in a home without young children.

Ava has been vaccinated against RHDV2.

When you adopt from WHRS you will receive a free copy of the House Rabbit Handbook: How to Live with an Urban Rabbit and a free one year membership to WHRS.
Ava is a beautiful, Mini Rex rabbit with fur as soft as velvet. She can be shy at first, but likes being pet. She has excellent litter box habits. Ava is a bit overweight and is currently on a diet. She would do best in a home without young children.

Ava has been vaccinated against RHDV2.

When you adopt from WHRS you will receive a free copy of the House Rabbit Handbook: How to Live with an Urban Rabbit and a free one year membership to WHRS.
Rescue

Wisconsin House Rabbit Society

Contact info

Their adoption process

1.

Submit Application

2.

Interview

After reviewing your application, you will be contacted by phone and an appointment to meet a rabbit or rabbits will be scheduled.

3.

Approve Application

4.

Meet the Pet

If you like the rabbit, the rabbit will be put on hold for you until a home check is done.

5.

Home Check

A home visit will be set up or photos may be accepted prior to setting up an adoption appointment.

6.

Sign Adoption Contract

7.

Pay Fee

Additional adoption info

We provide all adopters with a copy of The House Rabbit Handbook: How To Live With An Urban rabbit. And a 1 year membership which includes access to our quarterly on line newsletters.
We provide all adopters with a copy of The House Rabbit Handbook: How To Live With An Urban rabbit. And a 1 year membership which includes access to our quarterly on line newsletters.

More about this rescue

The Wisconsin House Rabbit Society is a registered 501(C) non profit charitable organization. The Wisconsin House Rabbit Society is a chapter of the international House Rabbit Society and shares their mission: to rescue homeless rabbits and to provide education and outreach on rabbit care. Our mission is realized through the efforts of numerous volunteers, and regular activities which include: Spaying and neutering rabbits rescued from local shelters. Fostering rabbits as they await adoption into permanent, loving homes. Providing veterinary care for foster rabbits, some with serious health problems. Training foster rabbits to use a litterbox and enjoy a healthy diet. Publishing quarterly newsletter for supporting members. Maintaining a website regarding the health, nutrition, behavior and care of rabbits as in-home companion animals. Providing sanctuary to rabbits who have chronic health conditions or who need specialized, long-term care. Hosting community educational activities such as Bunny Day and presenting Rabbit 101 programs at shelters for staff, volunteers and the general public. Assisting shelters with hoarding or confiscation cases involving a large numbers of rabbits. Adoption is the primary goal. WHRS rescues rabbits that would otherwise be euthanized at area shelters due to lack of space, health, or behavioral concerns. Every rabbit placed in a loving, forever home means another can be rescued.
The Wisconsin House Rabbit Society is a registered 501(C) non profit charitable organization. The Wisconsin House Rabbit Society is a chapter of the international House Rabbit Society and shares their mission: to rescue homeless rabbits and to provide education and outreach on rabbit care. Our mission is realized through the efforts of numerous volunteers, and regular activities which include: Spaying and neutering rabbits rescued from local shelters. Fostering rabbits as they await adoption into permanent, loving homes. Providing veterinary care for foster rabbits, some with serious health problems. Training foster rabbits to use a litterbox and enjoy a healthy diet. Publishing quarterly newsletter for supporting members. Maintaining a website regarding the health, nutrition, behavior and care of rabbits as in-home companion animals. Providing sanctuary to rabbits who have chronic health conditions or who need specialized, long-term care. Hosting community educational activities such as Bunny Day and presenting Rabbit 101 programs at shelters for staff, volunteers and the general public. Assisting shelters with hoarding or confiscation cases involving a large numbers of rabbits. Adoption is the primary goal. WHRS rescues rabbits that would otherwise be euthanized at area shelters due to lack of space, health, or behavioral concerns. Every rabbit placed in a loving, forever home means another can be rescued.