Sarah and Bobette are bonded friends and must be adopted together. Of the 2 we were told by the shelter they came from that Sarah is the more outgoing. They both settle down nicely in laps for petting and they were brought to the shelter by a teach...
GP's are crepuscular...which means they are most active in the early morning, sleep during the day and then active again late afternoon/early evening. We think Bobette and Sarah are young and if well cared for could live up to 5-7yrs of age. Socia...
George is an active bunny but only after he has gotten to know people a little bit. He can be shy and cautious at 1st so his new family should go great and slow with him. We recommend older, calm kids that will respect he needs time to settle in. He does love to be petted and will even brux after a while (like a kitten purr). He doesn't like to be held but is easy to pick-up. He enjoys chewing/...
Artemis was abandoned by her family, another family took her in but they realized it was 1 pet too many. Her new family has to be very, very patient with her and have some bunny experience. Each week here she is getting less shy, but she doesn't like to be picked up and is cautious of people at 1st. That being said, in the right home we think, with time, she will really come out of her shell an...
Exquisite Pearl is a rabbit that needs a patient family and if there are kids they should be very calm around her. She doesn't like to be picked-up or held and can be easily startled by noises. But, on the other hand she enjoys attention/being petted, is active, loves to dig in bedding, likes to flip cardboard tubes and chewing on wicker tunnels. In the right home more of her true personality i...
Rabbits all have their own unique personalities and a wide range of behaviors, but basic care requirements are the same for most individuals. Rabbits require a lot of space and exercise, particularly during peak activity hours in the morning and evening. If not housed completely free in a rabbit-proofed room they will need a large cage or pen with daily exercise outside of it. Most rabbits do n...
Peter was 1 of three rabbits living inside a home but the family didn't have time for them. Of the 3 brought here he is the most confident, friendly and outgoing. He's easy to pick-up, can be held for about a minute, enjoys being petted but mostly exploring ..inside of course! He's very friendly, curious and we think would be fine for any family. He does like attention but only after hopping ar...
Guineapigs, also known as cavies, are active and social small companion animals. They require large enclosures and frequent cleaning, lots of fresh water and grass hay to eat, some pelleted food, and leafy greens rich in vitamin C. Most guineapigs do not appreciate being picked up or held, but with lots of positive reinforcement most grow to love interactions with their family and display many ...
Sarah and Bobette are bonded friends and must be adopted together. Of the 2 we were told by the shelter they came from that Sarah is the more outgoing. They both settle down nicely in laps for petting and they were brought to the shelter by a teacher who no longer wanted them in his class. Sadly this happens frequently with classroom pets, especially when the school season ends. We think these ...
Madlyn is a funny girl with a big personality. She is an sweet, personable bunny. She will be an entertaining bunny for a lucky family, and shes very clean and good with her litterbox! Who wouldnt want an entertaining, clean bunny as a roommate?...
Cotton Tail is new to us but we have found her to be curious, easy to pick-up, a little shy but quickly getting used to people. Until she's more confident we strongly suggest a Zen type of home with a calm/patient family. She'll come up to sniff people but needs time to feel comfortable enough to be petted. Rabbits are very hard to age but we suspect she is about 2-three years old. On average r...
Paisley is an outgoing girl who loves to show off her space. She enjoys rearranging her bed and toys in ways that will grab your attention. She is curious to know what will catch your eye the most. Will it be the way she decorates her willow tunnel w...
Oz, Fluffy and Oso came to us via another shelter that had too many gp's. Their family was told by their landlord they couldn't keep them. We were told these 3 are bonded and so we are adopting them out as a trio! But as we know..great things come in threes. Make sure to read Fluffy and Oso's write up's for care info. These 3 will need a set-up at least 3'x4' or bigger would be more ideal. Main...
Of the three, Oso is they shyest and hardest to catch. Oz seems to be the most relaxed, curious and outgoing. Fluffy is very easy to pick-up and seems to be pretty calm. We think these gp's would be fine for any family. It is so precious to see all 3 gather around a hay pile and munch away! Way too cute and 2 of them like to climb up on their Igloos to look around. This trio's new family should...
GP's are crepuscular...which means they are most active in the early morning, sleep during the day and then active again late afternoon/early evening. Fluffy, Oz and Oso are young and if well cared for could live up to 5-seven years of age. Socializing t...
Of the three, Oso is they shyest and hardest to catch. Oz seems to be the most relaxed, curious and outgoing. Fluffy is very easy to pick-up and seems to be pretty calm. We think these gp's would be fine for any family. It is so precious to see all t...