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Hopper   

In shelter Rabbit

Los Angeles, CA, 90027
Pet name:
Hopper
Gender:
Female
Breeds:
Harlequin
Date:
06/19/2022
Size:
Medium
Age:
Adult
Description:
Im Hopper, and my life has so far been very hard, sometimes miserable, and often quite sad for me -- and its taking a toll. I am a victim of cruel, illegal animal exploitation by an unethical pet store owner, and then bought together with my bonded partner Daisy as babies by a family for the purpose of being playthings for their kids in a household where we quickly became unwanted.

Our confinement in that home was that of a tiny cage, and we were suffering. We finally got out of there and into a foster home where we had room for some binkies... but circumstances there now necessitate our moving-on once again.

We are good, easy-to-care-for bunnies who love each other, and have seen each other through so much hardship already, and were not even a year old. We are desperate for stability in a peaceful, safe environment located closer to opportunities for adoption.

If we could speak, we would tell you that we are weary to the core. Weve paid our dues, and then some... and need every chance at a forever home, or we fear we will never be lucky enough to put down roots.

Were very nice friendly bunnies -- both spayed and ready for adoption, but must relocate to a new foster home asap. In spite of good intentions, life for Hopper and me can really hurt. Please consider giving us a break from the hardships.

If you are interested in fostering or adopting Daisy and Hopper, please inquire here on Petfinder or contact us at info@bunnyworldfoundation.org and well happily send you our adoption package.
Thank you!
- BWF

Location


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