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My name is John & Adam!

Posted 1 year ago | Updated over 7 months ago

Adoption process
1

Submit Application

2

Meet the Pet

3

Approve Application

4

Take the Pet Home

5

Take the Pet Home

My basic info

Breed
American
Color
Black/White
Age
Young
Size
Standard (when grown)
Sex
Male
Pet ID
Hair Length
short

My details

Checkmark in teal circle Spayed / Neutered

My story

Here's what the humans have to say about me:

John (black bunny) & Adam (white bunny, part lionhead) were rescued in a neighborhood where they had been dumped. John & Adam are the definition of bonded brotherly love. They love to cuddle with each other, and being shy boys they find a lot of comfort in each other, but won’t hesitate to say hi if food is involved. They are a little shy when meeting new people but quickly turn into silly bunnies, running around exploring and love eating their lettuce. John and Adam have huge personalities if you give them a little time to settle in. They are obsessed with craisins and are huge hay eaters. If you're looking for an awesome bonded pair to add to your family, look no further. John and Adam are ready to come home with you! They are both neutered, vaccinated against the Rabbit Hemorrhagic Virus, and litter box trained. They are now 1.5 yrs old and weigh 4-5 lbs. Won't you give these two brothers a chance at living in a loving home.
Rescue
Alamo City House Rabbits

Contact info

Pet ID
Contact
Phone
Address
San Antonio, TX 78232
Donation
PayPal donations can be made using our email: AlamoCityHouseRabbits@gmail.com

Their adoption process

1.

Submit Application

Please contact ACHR through Adoptapet by submitting your interest below and an application will be emailed to you

2.

Meet the Pet

Due to a deadly rabbit hemorrhagic virus now found in Texas (RHDV2) and COVID, meetings by strict appointment only. Info will be provided

3.

Approve Application

After the initial meeting you will be approved and given time to purchase all needed supplies prior to the final consultation.

4.

Take the Pet Home

Due to COVID 19 restrictions, final delivery of your rabbit will be coordinated with the adoption counselor.

5.

Take the Pet Home

Once we have reviewed your set up and made any suggested changes, our adoption coordinator will contact you to make final delivery.

Additional adoption info

The cost for adoption is $120 for single rabbits / $250 for bonded pairs. This price includes all wellness exams, RHDV2 vaccination, microchipping, any necessary medical treatment, and spay/neuter surgery.

Go meet their pets

Due to the health concerns and restrictions of COVID 19 and a new and deadly rabbit disease, Rabbit Hemorrhagic Virus, Alamo City House Rabbits is not currently holding public adoption events. We are scheduling one-on-one meetings in a safe, open space with social distancing and secure masks. Potential adopters will be contacted by email to coordinate this meeting.

More about this rescue

Alamo City House Rabbits is a 501(c)(3) education and rescue group established in October 2015. ACHR exists to support those in the San Antonio area who share their home and life with rabbits as indoor companions. Domestic rabbits are intelligent and social animals that for too long have been misunderstood and confined to backyard hutches. They are the third most abandoned companion animal in the United States.

Alamo City House Rabbits promotes education and outreach to increase awareness of rabbits as spayed or neutered indoor-only pets. We fully support the philosophy and principles of the House Rabbit Society, a national companion rabbit advocacy and rescue group established in 1988.

Members of Alamo City House Rabbits act as fosterers for rescued rabbits during the time they are spayed/neutered, learn to use a litter box, and adjust to their new lives as indoor companions.