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In shelter Rabbit

Baltimore, MD, 21211
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Meet Miss Edna with her dainty features of tiny ears and feet and her out of this world hairdo. She can even get this look without the use of hairspray. She came from a neglect case and was removed from her home along with 14 other rabbits. Lucky for her she ended up in one of our foster homes and is now looking for her furever home.  If you would like to show Miss Edna that humans are kind and add her to your family let us know.

The first step in our adoption process is to fill out our on-line adoption application at the following link.  You must be at least 18 to adopt from us.
The application is not a commitment to adopt.  It’s just a place to start: to let us know you are interested, to give us some information to properly advise you, and to help us keep track of people who have contacted us about adoption.  The questions are designed so that we have consistent information from each adopter.  Sometimes just emailing back and forth or talking on the phone we might forget to ask something.  The form has been a big help and time saver for us.

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House Rabbit Society MD/DC/NoVA

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