In shelter Rabbit

Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, Pennsyl...
New Zealand
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HOP TO IT AND ADOPT ILISA! Ilisa is in foster care, please contact an adoption counselor at 412.321.4625 ext 228 to schedule an appointment to meet her!Age: 4 yearsSex: Spayed FemaleBreed: New Zealand WhiteHOME SWEET HOME (HOUSING): Indoors only! There are predators outdoors and it is not safe for me. A cage and an indoor `bunny proofed` area to explore are acceptable.BUNNY BATHROOM: Litter box (one for inside the cage and one for exercise area). AVOID cedar or pine shavings - they are hazardous to my health.''BUN APPETIT'' (DIET): Unlimited fresh water, timothy hay (alfalfa hay until 6 months).dark leafy greens & one quarter cup of pellets per 5 lb body weight.HANDLING: Rabbits are ground loving creatures so not all rabbits tolerate being held.WHAT''S UP DOC? (HEALTHCARE): Rabbits should have an annual checkup and may require teeth trims. A veteriaranian specializing in exotic pet care is needed.You are welcome to visit me at the Western PA Humane Society Adoption Center. On Saturdays (2pm - 4:30pm), join in the `Bunny Romps` where we buns have fun! The `Bunny Romps` provide a large playroom where you can interact with us and learn about our needs and care after adoption.Adoption fee: $50.00 + Tax


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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