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Daisy   

In shelter Rabbit

Folsom, CA, 95630
Pet name:
Daisy
Gender:
Female
Breeds:
Lionhead
Date:
07/27/2022
Colors:
White
Size:
Small
Age:
Young
Coat length:
Short
Description:
Daisy was abandoned at 10 days old with her sisters Mini and Princess Clover. She was cared for by Coconut. Daisy is especially close with her sister Mini and would love to be adopted with her. 

Upcoming Adoption Events
12pm to 4pm in the Classroom at Bradshaw Animal Shelter, located at 3839 Bradshaw Road, Sacramento, CA 95827
August 6
September 17
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Please read about Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease Virus (RHVD2) outbreak in California. Read more about RHVD2 here https://rabbit.org/rhdv/  
We are adopting directly from foster care to adopter.
Interested in adopting?
Complete an adoption application http://www.friendsofunwantedrabbits.org/adopt-help/adopt/adoption-application/ and email it back to us at friendsofunwantedrabbits@gmail.com.
Please read this very important article about RHVD2 and how you can protect your rabbit(s) https://rabbit.org/rhdv/
Please contact your local Certified Exotic Veterinarian or you can contact the following Veterinarians in the greater Sacramento, California area.
Dr. Sanchez – Companion Animal Clinic in Auburn 530-885-3251
Dr. Brick – Madison Avenue Veterinary Clinic 916-961-1541
Dr. McRoberts – Petcare 916-791-9599
Dr. Griffiths – VCA Sunset Animal Medical Clinic 916-967-7768
Dr. Kittel – Kittel Family Veterinary Practice 916-714-5387
If you are interested in getting a friend for your rabbit please read these excellent bonding articles by HRS.
https://rabbit.org/bonding-what-to-expect-what-to-do/
https://rabbit.org/bonding-tips-and-tricks/
https://rabbit.org/bonding-when-the-going-gets-rough/
Watch this great video on how to go about bonding rabbits
https://youtu.be/HmaH-d1LOxc
Always wanted a rabbit. Learn more about having an indoor house rabbit by reading the following.
https://rabbit.org/living-with-a-house-rabbit-2/
https://rabbit.org/care-2/
https://rabbit.org/faq-housing/
http://www.friendsofunwantedrabbits.org/rabbit-care/the-advantages-of- exercise-pens/
http://www.friendsofunwantedrabbits.org/rabbit-care/diet-for-rabbits/
https://rabbit.org/suggested-vegetables-and-fruits-for-a-rabbit-diet/
https://rabbit.org/faq-grooming/
https://rabbit.org/faq-chewing/
https://rabbit.org/what-are-rabbits-really-like/
https://rabbit.org/rhdv/
https://rabbit.org/myxo/
https://rabbit.org/resources-to-help-pay-vet-bills/
https://rabbit.org/faq-litter-training-2/
http://www.friendsofunwantedrabbits.org/rabbit-care/gastrointestinal-stasis/
https://rabbit.org/how-to-tell-if-your-rabbit-is-sick-2/
https://rabbit.org/interpreting-body-language-and-behavior/
https://rabbit.org/the-importance-of-toys/
https://rabbit.org/what-kinds-of-toys-do-rabbits-like/
Great Rabbit Care Videos
https://youtu.be/VmPcm2wWpck
https://youtu.be/Z-1faBh7DIs
https://youtu.be/yDwoFd376-c
https://youtu.be/-j2Nmm76s8M
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tIXdvtNwAPk
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zgchuyJhi6c
https://youtu.be/JnuxGLa2reg
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W9KemnaTGIs
https://youtu.be/yfrPCcrUjqU
https://youtu.be/F-_IW5wYLgA
https://youtu.be/Oc51RrXXrmc
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CXo7BkufNZA
https://youtu.be/Y1-GN3qErFc
https://youtu.be/dgK4tW7_0QE
https://youtu.be/Z-1faBh7DIs
https://youtu.be/sLxP8gls0RI
https://youtu.be/5w4knbRoD2E
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qmlx_K9RS0A
https://youtu.be/H4GDPFsYeiA
https://youtu.be/Z6FZYdSre2U
re not able to resume on site adoptions due to covid19 and due to the Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease Virus (RHVD2) outbreak in California. Read more about RHVD2 here https://rabbit.org/rhdv/  
We are adopting directly from foster care to adopter.
Interested in adopting?
Complete an adoption application http://www.friendsofunwantedrabbits.org/adopt-help/adopt/adoption-application/ and email it back to us at friendsofunwantedrabbits@gmail.com.
Please read this very important article about RHVD2 and how you can protect your rabbit(s) https://rabbit.org/rhdv/
Please contact your local Certified Exotic Veterinarian or you can contact the following Veterinarians in the greater Sacramento, California area.
Dr. Sanchez – Companion Animal Clinic in Auburn 530-885-3251
Dr. Brick – Madison Avenue Veterinary Clinic 916-961-1541
Dr. McRoberts – Petcare 916-791-9599
Dr. Griffiths – VCA Sunset Animal Medical Clinic 916-967-7768
Dr. Kittel – Kittel Family Veterinary Practice 916-714-5387
If you are interested in getting a friend for your rabbit please read these excellent bonding articles by HRS.
https://rabbit.org/bonding-what-to-expect-what-to-do/
https://rabbit.org/bonding-tips-and-tricks/
https://rabbit.org/bonding-when-the-going-gets-rough/
Watch this great video on how to go about bonding rabbits
https://youtu.be/HmaH-d1LOxc
Always wanted a rabbit. Learn more about having an indoor house rabbit by reading the following.
https://rabbit.org/living-with-a-house-rabbit-2/
https://rabbit.org/care-2/
https://rabbit.org/faq-housing/
http://www.friendsofunwantedrabbits.org/rabbit-care/the-advantages-of- exercise-pens/
http://www.friendsofunwantedrabbits.org/rabbit-care/diet-for-rabbits/
https://rabbit.org/suggested-vegetables-and-fruits-for-a-rabbit-diet/
https://rabbit.org/faq-grooming/
https://rabbit.org/faq-chewing/
https://rabbit.org/what-are-rabbits-really-like/
https://rabbit.org/rhdv/
https://rabbit.org/myxo/
https://rabbit.org/resources-to-help-pay-vet-bills/
https://rabbit.org/faq-litter-training-2/
http://www.friendsofunwantedrabbits.org/rabbit-care/gastrointestinal-stasis/
https://rabbit.org/how-to-tell-if-your-rabbit-is-sick-2/
https://rabbit.org/interpreting-body-language-and-behavior/
https://rabbit.org/the-importance-of-toys/
https://rabbit.org/what-kinds-of-toys-do-rabbits-like/
Great Rabbit Care Videos
https://youtu.be/VmPcm2wWpck
https://youtu.be/Z-1faBh7DIs
https://youtu.be/yDwoFd376-c
https://youtu.be/-j2Nmm76s8M
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tIXdvtNwAPk
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zgchuyJhi6c
https://youtu.be/JnuxGLa2reg
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W9KemnaTGIs
https://youtu.be/yfrPCcrUjqU
https://youtu.be/F-_IW5wYLgA
https://youtu.be/Oc51RrXXrmc
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CXo7BkufNZA
https://youtu.be/Y1-GN3qErFc
https://youtu.be/dgK4tW7_0QE
https://youtu.be/Z-1faBh7DIs
https://youtu.be/sLxP8gls0RI
https://youtu.be/5w4knbRoD2E
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qmlx_K9RS0A
https://youtu.be/H4GDPFsYeiA
https://youtu.be/Z6FZYdSre2U

Location


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