Rorrie and Robbie
These two brothers came to us from an animal shelter. One of them has a heart murmur, but we don’t expect it to shorten his life.
These two beautiful chinchilla bunnies came to us unaccustomed with handling. They are very happy to be petted, but don’t like being picked up. We hope to change this with positive reinforcement.
DOB: April 2016, Sex: Male, Breed: Chinchilla, Wt: 7.9 Lbs, Index: 17-036
DOB: April 2016, Sex: Male, Breed: Chinchilla, Wt: 8 Lbs, Index: 17-037
Rodney was dumped by people who knew we had no room for him.
He might have died in the carrier, because he was left in a place
where we might never have seen him.
Of course, we don’t hold the actions of his people against Rodney.
He’s a sweet boy, who likes attention, and allows himself to be
picked up without a struggle.
DOB:2015, Sex: Male, Breed: Californian Mix, Color: White / Lt Grey Ears, Wt: 5.6 Lbs, Index: 17-035
Ruby had been adopted to be a companion for another female
rabbit, but the two didn’t along. So, Ruby came to us, and we
found a male for the rabbit that Ruby didn’t get along with.
Ruby is very friendly. She runs to the front of her crate to
greet anyone who offers to pet her, and she’s very comfortable
being handled. All in all, a very pretty and very sweet bunny!
DOB: 2014, Sex: Female, Breed: Mix, Color: Tri-Color, Wt: 6 Lbs, Index: 17-034
Cali was the beloved bunny of elderly people who are now suffering serious health issues and can no longer care for her.
Cali is accustomed to being loved, sung to, and all family issues being discussed with her. She is very gentle and easily handled.
DOB: March 2012, Sex: Female, Breed: Mini-Lop, Color: White / Grey, Wt: 8.1 Lbs, Index: 17-030
Hamilton came to us from an animal shelter. Unfortunately, we don’t know how he got there.
The big boy is a really sweet fellow! He seems to love people and is easily handled.
DOB: 2014, Sex: Male, Breed: Californian, Color: White / Dark Brown, Wt: 7.2 Lbs, Index: 17-029
Twyla was a stray who was caught by some “good Samaritans” and brought to us.
Twyla seems to be a sweet little lady, easily held, and enjoying affection.
DOB: 2015, Sex: Female, Breed: Rex, Color: Dark Rust, Wt 4.9 Lbs, Index: 17-028
DOB: EARLY 2011
Kevin was brought to us by a woman who didn’t know how to care for him and had no room for him. We think someone dumped him on her.
Kevin is to die for! Very easily handled and friendly. He usually runs to the front of his crate to greet humans who pass by or stop to say “Hi!” Since he has no teeth, he needs his hard vegetables cut into little pieces. 3#-9
Gracie Lee and Bunita
Name: GRACIE LEE BUNITA
DOB: MAY, 2015 MAY, 2016
Sex: FEMALE FEMALE
Breed: HOLLAND LOP HOLLAND LOP
Color: DK & LIGHT BROWN WHITE AND GREY
Index: 17-022 2# – 4 17-023 3#-13
These two lively ladies were surrendered because Gracie Lee had incisors that needed to be trimmed frequently, and their vet didn’t understand that they simply needed to be removed.
The two are not only adorable (as all Holland lops are), but they have great personalities, too. Both enjoy being held and petted.
Of course, Gracie Lee’s hard vegetables need to be cut into small pieces, since she no longer has incisors.
Bunny Of The Month: Gem
Gem was our first “Easter Bunny” this year. She was left in a plastic box in a parking lot, where someone found her and brought her to us.
What a beautiful rabbit Gem will be—solid black velvet! It’s too early to know what her adult personality will be, but she’s a wonderful little creature now—doesn’t mind being picked up and loved on.
DOB: March 2017, Sex: Female, Breed: Rex, Color: Black, Wt: 2.5 Lbs, Index: 17-021
Ashley came to us after a young man dumped her on his mom.
Ashley is a wild little thing! She’s very territorial—touch any of her “stuff” and she’ll lunge at you, and may bite. But once you get her in your arms, she settles down, and enjoys some lovin’.
DOB: January 2016, Sex: Female, Breed: Mini-Lop, Color: Grey, Wt 4.3 Lbs, Index: 17-019