I was the king of my castle and loved very much by mama, but Daddy got a horrible disease and Mama has to take care of him, and had no time for me. On 2/1/17 my mom surrendered me to the good folks at Rabbit & Small Animal Rescue. When I arrived at the rescue, I got a check up and my back teeth grow like elephant tusks and that could quickly turn into a problem. I have had my molars ground down many times and will need to have the procedure done every 2-3 months indefinitely. I am still fairly young, born approximately 1/1/2016 and surrender in 2/1/17. Even though I love my foster family, I would like to have a home where I am again king of the castle.
I am a good boy! I love playing and getting pet. I will be silly just to make you laugh. I keep my enclosure clean and always use my litter box. I know if someone just gives me a chance they will never give me up!
To Inquire About Adopting Me:
Please go to the RASA - Rabbit and Small Animal Rescue Website at: Click here
for adoption application: https://www.rasarescue.org/adopt-a-friend
At RASA we take exceptional care of every animal in our rescue. We pride ourselves on upholding our motto “Transforming the neglected, abused, unwanted and abandoned into the loved, sheltered, happy and content”. In some cases this means it take months of patient interactions with our rescues to help them overcome whatever they have been through. Each animal is given its own personalized regiment to maximize rehabilitation. We truly take the time to get to know these beautiful animals. They are not released for adoption until we are certain they are ready for a forever home no matter how long it takes.
This is why our adoption process is very thorough and careful in selection. We want to make sure the forever home is right for the individual animal as well as the animal you choose is right for you.
Adoption Fee; $95.00.
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