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My name is Miriam!
I'm being cared for by
House Rabbit Network
Adoption process
1.

Submit Application

Adoption application
Apply to Adopt

Facts about me

Breed
New Zealand
Color
Albino or Red-Eyed White
Age
2 years 6 months old, Adult
Size
Sex
Female
Pet ID
ps_62980490
Hair Length

My info

Small blue checkmark Purebred
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

We call Miriam our "M&M girl"...a hard shell on the outside, but melty, good sweetness on the inside. Miriam had a bit of a tough start to life but has come a long way in foster care. She can be a little sensitive to quick movements around her head, but she really wants nothing more than pets -- she will never tire of them! She is an excellent hay eater and has good litter box habits. We would absolutely love to see her blossom in a loving, rabbit-savvy home!


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Rescue

House Rabbit Network

Contact info
Pet ID
ps_62980490
Contact
Suzanne Trayhan
Address
Woburn, MA 01888

Their adoption process

1.

Submit Application

Please fill out an Adoption Application at http://www.rabbitnetwork.org/adoption/hrn-adoption-application

Additional adoption info

We only adopt to indoor homes. We ask for a donation of $100 for a single rabbit and $175 for a bonded pair (a trio is $225). Bonded pairs cannot be split up and must be adopted together. If you are interested, please fill out an Adoption Application.

Go meet their pets

Meetings are by appointment only - fill out our Adoption Application to start the process.

More about this rescue

The House Rabbit Network is an organization formed with two primary purposes: To rescue homeless rabbits and find them good indoor homes and also to educate the public about rabbits and their care. These activities may include: • providing foster care for discarded domestic rabbits and arranging for adoption to permanent indoor homes; • assisting humane societies and shelters with rabbits; • providing spay/neuter surgery and veterinary care through arrangements with area practitioners; • rehabilitating and socializing mistreated or neglected animals; • permanently caring for animals who cannot be placed in adoptive homes due to serious health or behavioral problems; and • educating the public on responsible pet ownership and humane practices.