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My name is Aurora!
I'm being cared for by
Peaceable Kingdom Shelter

Facts about me

Breed
Other/Unknown
Color
Agouti/Grey/Silver
Age
Adult
Size
(When grown) Standard
Sex
Female
Pet ID
Hair Length
medium

My info

Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

*RABBIT SAVVY HOMES ONLY*

I'm Aurora, or Rory, as my foster family calls me. I had a very rough life prior to being rescued by Prince Char... I mean Peaceable Kingdom. It's thought that I was locked away in an outdoor tower (hutch) before I was cast out into the wild to fend on my own. I lived outside for a while. When I was rescued during a rainstorm, I put up a fight, I probably never was treated right by people before. No sooner did I realize that not all people are bad, I fell asleep in the arms of one of the rescuers, which is how I was named Aurora, after Sleeping Beauty. I went to the vet because my hair was bleached from the sun and I had injuries from predators and insects. Because so much of my life was spent not knowing the love of humans, I'm very slow to warm up and I scare easily. I'm still afraid of pets, but I'm warming up enough to come up and boop volunteers' hands with my nose. I'm so excited by my bravery when I do that, that I binky after touching a hooman! My foster mom would sit in my enclosure with me and read, and I'd happily inspect her, sniff, nudge and hop around, but still get scared if she tried to pet me.

Will you be the one to show me that "Happily Ever After" isn't just in the fairy tales?
*RABBIT SAVVY HOMES ONLY*

I'm Aurora, or Rory, as my foster family calls me. I had a very rough life prior to being rescued by Prince Char... I mean Peaceable Kingdom. It's thought that I was locked away in an outdoor tower (hutch) before I was cast out into the wild to fend on my own. I lived outside for a while. When I was rescued during a rainstorm, I put up a fight, I probably never was treated right by people before. No sooner did I realize that not all people are bad, I fell asleep in the arms of one of the rescuers, which is how I was named Aurora, after Sleeping Beauty. I went to the vet because my hair was bleached from the sun and I had injuries from predators and insects. Because so much of my life was spent not knowing the love of humans, I'm very slow to warm up and I scare easily. I'm still afraid of pets, but I'm warming up enough to come up and boop volunteers' hands with my nose. I'm so excited by my bravery when I do that, that I binky after touching a hooman! My foster mom would sit in my enclosure with me and read, and I'd happily inspect her, sniff, nudge and hop around, but still get scared if she tried to pet me.

Will you be the one to show me that "Happily Ever After" isn't just in the fairy tales?
Shelter

Peaceable Kingdom Shelter

Contact info

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

FOR DOGS ...Potential adopters will need to complete the Canine Application which requires landlord reference or proof of home ownership along with vet reference and a non family personal reference. Some instances may require a home inspection. We require a meet and greet with all household members and resident dogs present at the shelter. The adoption fees are $150 to $400 ($150 for senior dogs, $250 for adults, $350 for puppies six months to one year, $400 for puppies under six months).
Click here for our Adult Canine Application.


FOR CATS ...Please review the Feline Adoption Application (below) for adult cats before committing to an adoption. If you wish, you may print and fill out the form and bring it with you to adoption day.
Click here for our a Feline Adoption Application.
FOR KITTENS ...Potential adopters will need to complete a Kitten Application and provide proof of vaccinations and spay/neuter for other animals living in the home. Renter must also provide a copy of their rental agreement showing pet allowance. The adoption fee is $120 for a DSH kitten, $150 for a DLH, specialty and purebred kittens. All kittens are flea treated, wormed, leukemia tested, and are up to date on shots as appropriate for their age. Adopter is responsible for remaining vaccines. Spay/neuter and microchipping is included in the adoption fee and will be done by the shelter when the kitten reaches the appropriate age.
Click here to submit a kitten application online.
This online application is for kittens ONLY.
FOR DOGS ...Potential adopters will need to complete the Canine Application which requires landlord reference or proof of home ownership along with vet reference and a non family personal reference. Some instances may require a home inspection. We require a meet and greet with all household members and resident dogs present at the shelter. The adoption fees are $150 to $400 ($150 for senior dogs, $250 for adults, $350 for puppies six months to one year, $400 for puppies under six months).
Click here for our Adult Canine Application.


FOR CATS ...Please review the Feline Adoption Application (below) for adult cats before committing to an adoption. If you wish, you may print and fill out the form and bring it with you to adoption day.
Click here for our a Feline Adoption Application.
FOR KITTENS ...Potential adopters will need to complete a Kitten Application and provide proof of vaccinations and spay/neuter for other animals living in the home. Renter must also provide a copy of their rental agreement showing pet allowance. The adoption fee is $120 for a DSH kitten, $150 for a DLH, specialty and purebred kittens. All kittens are flea treated, wormed, leukemia tested, and are up to date on shots as appropriate for their age. Adopter is responsible for remaining vaccines. Spay/neuter and microchipping is included in the adoption fee and will be done by the shelter when the kitten reaches the appropriate age.
Click here to submit a kitten application online.
This online application is for kittens ONLY.

Go meet their pets

For hours please see our website www.lvpeaceablekingdom.info.

For hours please see our website www.lvpeaceablekingdom.info.

More about this shelter

Peaceable Kingdom is a no-kill shelter. We do not euthanize animals except in cases of unacceptable aggression or incurable illness. Our mission is: To provide care, protection, and assistance to animals who are mistreated, injured, abandoned, or otherwise in need. To minimize animal overpopulation through low-cost spay/neuter clinics. To create community awareness and gain support of animal needs through educational efforts.
Peaceable Kingdom is a no-kill shelter. We do not euthanize animals except in cases of unacceptable aggression or incurable illness. Our mission is: To provide care, protection, and assistance to animals who are mistreated, injured, abandoned, or otherwise in need. To minimize animal overpopulation through low-cost spay/neuter clinics. To create community awareness and gain support of animal needs through educational efforts.