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My name is Caramel!
I'm being cared for by
One Heart At A Time Dog Rescue
Adoption process
1.

Submit Application

2.

Meet the Pet

3.

Home Check

Facts about me

Breed
American
Color
Multi
Age
Baby
Size
(When grown) Standard
Sex
Female
Pet ID
Hair Length
medium

My story

Meet Caramel- she is the rescued offspring of her Mama who we rescued along with another rabbit. Caramel is weaned and is ready for her new person/family. The kits (baby bunnies) are too young to spay/neuter but this will be required once old enough at about 4 to 6 months of age depending on if you adopt a single bunny or two. Bunnies do much better in pairs and we encourage the adoption of a pair. They bond easier at a young age and since these siblings have been together since birth it will be easy to continue to keep them paired if desired. For interested adopters please email: soniaramirez_2000@yahoo.com or Call/Text: 626-488-7487 Adoption Fee: 1 Bunny: $125 (includes spay or neuter once of age). A pair of Bunnies Adoption Fee: $200 (includes spay or neuter once of age).

Rescue

One Heart At A Time Dog Rescue

Contact info
Pet ID
Contact
Phone
Website
Address
Los Angeles, CA 91724

Their adoption process

1.

Submit Application

2.

Meet the Pet

3.

Home Check

Additional adoption info

General fees are per dog and there is an adoption contract stating all the rules and requirements. Donations are always welcomed so that we may continue to save lives.

Go meet their pets

We do not have a boarding facility or central location to vist our animals. They are living in foster homes where they can begin to acclimate into a natural home environment. This makes the transition much smoother for the animal and adoptive family when placed into their forever homes. It also gives us the opportunity to learn so much more about the dog and make better matches into the lifestyles of families. Adoption appointments are generally scheduled on a one-to-one basis with the dog or dogs of interests assuming there is a "match" between families and dogs.

More about this rescue

Small independent rescue who helps save dogs on the "red-list" or euthanization list from county and city shelters. Educating the public on the health and concerns of animals with emphasis on spay and neuter programs. This is NOT a shelter and we are all volunteers. The dogs rescued are housed in temporary foster homes until they are adopted. If you have a dog to rehome or you have found a dog, please contact the city shelter closest to you. You can also provide temporary housing for the dog until we can help locate it's family, OR, find a new family.