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My name is Uno!
I'm being cared for by
Los Angeles Rabbit Foundation
Adoption process
1.

Submit Application

2.

Interview

3.

Home Check

4.

Meet the Pet

5.

Sign Adoption Contract

6.

Pay Fee

Adoption application
Apply to Adopt

Facts about me

Breed
Other/Unknown
Color
White/Grey/Silver
Age
Adult
Size
(When grown) Standard
Sex
Male
Pet ID
Hair Length
short

My info

Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

See below for this rabbit's description. To apply for this rabbit, go to www.larabbits.org and fill out an online application form: http://larabbits.org/adoption-application/ All our rabbits are spayed/neutered, microchipped, vaccinated for RHDV2 and litter box trained!
Uno was rescued in city of El Monte during two days before Easter. He went under a truck in heavy traffic. His rescuers chased him on ongoing traffic for 20 minutes straight. Thankfully he was caught and although his emergency foster home had no bunny experience, she has taken care of him, learning every step of the way.

Uno likes being petted on the head and body, but he doesn’t like being smothered.
He’s a sweet boy when he’s in the mood!

We don't know his age; the veterinarian thinks under a year. He is medium small size. And he's getting handsomer every day as the previous neglect wears off and his beautiful new Spring coat grows in. Now we hope he can be in a better place and make others happy, and they can give him the love and care he deserves, forever.

He has been neutered and will be vaccinated for RHDV2 asap and then available for adoption a couple of weeks after that, in June. In the meantime, if someone wants to foster him, he urgently needs a new foster home.
Rescue

Los Angeles Rabbit Foundation

Contact info
Pet ID
Contact
Phone
Address
Culver City, CA 90232

Their adoption process

1.

Submit Application

https://larabbits.org/adoption-application/

2.

Interview

We match people with rabbits, rabbits with rabbits.

3.

Home Check

We call this a "home safety visit" because safety for rabbits can get complex---we want it to be safe but we are not intrusive.

4.

Meet the Pet

During the RHDV2 and COVID19 epidemic and pandemic, we are limiting contact with our rabbits to people who are seriously interested.

5.

Sign Adoption Contract

We have an adoption contract that acts as a safety net for the rabbit: if something happens to you, bunny comes back to us.

6.

Pay Fee

We have adoption fees ranging from $90-150 depending on our prior investment in the rabbit. Pairs are $150-250.

Additional adoption info

Our rabbit adoption fee includes the neuter, vaccination and micro chip (we do not adopt out unaltered rabbits under any circumstances). Rabbits must live in an indoor, cage-free environment. Exercise pens that are at least 4' x 4' with additional run time in a rabbit-proofed room are acceptable. Note: We do not adopt out of the Greater Los Angeles area unless the adopter has previously adopted from us.

Go meet their pets

We are adopting out rabbits by appointment only. Location of meeting place will be provided after potential adopters and organization have agreed on meeting specific rabbits. Our weekly mobile adoption venue is ON HOLD for now due to COVID-19. All rabbits will have to be vaccinated for RHDV2 to meet there in future.

More about this rescue

We are a Los-Angeles based rabbit welfare group that provides education on rabbit care, promotes spay/neuter of companion rabbits, and helps find homes for abandoned rabbits in Los Angeles County. Our founder, Michelle Kelly, PhD, has helped establish successful adoption programs for rabbits in public animal shelters. She is also a licensed educator and Chapter Manager for House Rabbit Society.