In shelter Rabbit

Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts...
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MEET JUDY!Judy is a 10-week-old female baby bunny who came to our shelter with seven other siblings! These 10-week-old rabbits are all available for adoption, and would be the perfect addition to any family! They could go home to other rabbits with appropriate intros, or could go home in pairs as well! We would need to approve a photo of the enclosure you plan to house them in before moving forward with the adoption process. Inquire below today!This animal has been seen by our vet team.If you are interested in adopting this animal, please fill out our web form, available here:Boston Adoption Interest FormYou can expect a response to your inquiry from a member of our adoption staff within 48 hours of completing this form. Due to our high volume of inquiries, please refrain from calling unless that time frame has passed. If needed, you can reach the Boston shelter at 617-426-9170 x604. The Animal Rescue League of Boston is currently operating by appointment only Tuesday-Sunday 1pm-6pm. Our Adoption Forward process will start with a phone conversation. Also, be sure to check out our:*ARL Website* ARL Twitter*ARL Facebook* ARL Instagram


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