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My name is Jumbles* Updated Bio*!
I'm being cared for by
BC SPCA - West Vancouver Branch

Facts about me

Breed
American
Color
Age
Young
Size
Sex
Male
Pet ID
539065
Hair Length

My info

Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

Born into foster care with his siblings, Jumbles is looking for his forever home.

Like many bunnies, Jumbles does not enjoy being picked up, stroked & petted, but may climb on you if fresh veggies or pellets are involved! As the most shy of the litter, he is easily startled and very wary of people and his surroundings, so a quiet, safe (bunny-proofed) room or home is important.

You can find Jumbles relaxing in the darkest hiding spot during the daytime, usually emerging at dusk for free roam time and a show of zoomies and binkies. This is especially entertaining early morning when he bolts upstairs to the kitchen for a fresh veggie breakfast and laps of the house! He is very tidy and great with his litterbox habits.

Jumbles would fit best in a calm home with an adult(s) who will respect his preference for space, quiet daytimes, and free roams when he is active.

***Due to COVID-19 We've made changes to our adoption process. ***
To adopt:
1. Read through the animal's profile to see if your home would be a good fit.
2. Submit an application: spca.bc.ca/adoption/application-forms/
3. If it's a match, staff will contact you to review your application and set-up an appointment to come in for a visit. Please note that visitations are made for approved applicants only.
4. Live happily furever after

***We often receive many applications for an available animal. We do our best to respond, although are not always able to respond to all applicants. We will reach out to the approved adopter.
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Primary Color: Brown Brindle
Weight: 1.65
Age: 0yrs 10mths 1wks
Shelter

BC SPCA - West Vancouver Branch

Contact info
Pet ID
539065
Contact
Email
Address
West Vancouver, BC V7T 1B1

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

Please note that in many of our provincial shelters renters are required to bring in copies of their strata council by-laws in order to be approved for adopting.

Please contact us at the shelter for any adoption requirements before visiting us to adopt so that you are correctly prepared to take your new family member home.

See our website at www.spca.bc.ca/WestVancouver for all of our current adoption prices, hours of operation, etc.

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See our website at www.spca.bc.ca/WestVancouver for all of our current adoption prices, hours of operation, etc.

More about this shelter

See our website at www.spca.bc.ca/WestVancouver for all of our current adoption prices, hours of operation, etc.

The BC SPCA is a non-profit organization dedicated to protecting and enhancing the quality of life for domestic, farm and wild animals in British Columbia. Through its locations and operations across the province the BC SPCA provides emergency medical care and sheltering for more than 37,000 animals each year. The society also conducts more than 4,600 cruelty investigations and provides a wide range of advocacy and education programs for domestic, farm and wild animals through its Provincial Office. Our mission, vision and charter is at the heart of all we do to rescue, protect and care for animals. It is also the driving force behind our animal welfare and education programs.

Our Charter:

The BC SPCA Charter is the foundation that guides the work we do:

Whereas:
The world is inhabited by many species sharing a common ecosystem of air, earth, and water. We recognize and value our interconnectedness with all animals.

Therefore:
The BC Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is dedicated to protecting and enhancing the quality of life for the animals of the world we share.

We pledge our energies to inspire and mobilize society to create a world in which all animals, who depend on humans for their well-being, experience, as a minimum, five essential freedoms:

1. Freedom from hunger and thirst
2. Freedom from pain, injury, and disease
3. Freedom from distress
4. Freedom from discomfort
5. Freedom to express behaviours that promote well-being.