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3,237 Rabbits have been adopted on Rescue Me!
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|Rescue Me ID: 17-07-25-00165Boomer (male)|
This is Boomer he is a very entertaining Rabbit. He loves attention, treats, and has a wonderful personality. I guarantee he will not only make you smile, but laugh as well! I would like to find a home for him that will love and spoil him. This little guy has a big personality and is in need of a loving owner that will be able to spend time with him.
Calvert County Prince Frederick, MD MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 17-07-05-00123PJ (Pepper Jack) (male)|
PJ is a very loving, sweet rabbit. He really loves to eat vegetables and explore around the house. PJ is potty trained meaning he is able to use a litter pan in his cage. If you keep that clean, he won't go in his bedding. PJ is also able to hop around the around (with very minimal damage to your things) and use the bathroom in his litter pan! PJ comes with a cage, water bottle, litter pan, and food dish! Depending on time of adoption, he may come with food and bedding!\ He really needs a loving home and someone to rub him every chance they get!
Prince George's County College Park, MD MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 16-12-22-00174Dolly (female)|
Good Golly Miss Dolly! Dolly (Rabbit in the front) is a spunky girl. Her hobbies include shredding newspaper, grooming herself and long naps after quick high speed laps around the living room. Dolly is the boss, spayed and litter box trained. She very much bonded with her brother Jefferson and would love for him to move with her to her next home. She is the dominate of their pair.
Howard County Ellicott city, MD MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 16-12-22-00160Jefferson (male)|
Meet Jefferson (on left looking at camera). He is a sweet boy who loves to explore, wrestle with paper towel tubes/empty tissue boxes and is always in the mood for treats. Jeff is mild mannered, neutered and litter box trained. He is very much bonded with his sister Dolly and would love for her to move with him to his next home. He is the submissive of their pair.
Howard County Ellicott city, MD MAP IT!
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|PIease Read Before Adopting a Rabbit in Maryland|
Rabbits can make good pets in Maryland if they match your IifestyIe. Rabbits are adorable, soft animals that make popular pets for children. While a rabbit can make a good pet for a child, keep in mind that to be healthy a rabbit requires a quiet, calm living environment. Please only adopt a rabbit if you feel you can create a safe and quiet space for the rabbit in your home. Rabbits can be housetrained to live inside, out of a cage, which dramatically increases their life spans. Rabbits can live as long as a dog or a cat, and unfortunately some people do not approach the decision to get a rabbit with the same seriousness or commitment they might have about getting a dog. Meanwhile, breeders may separate young rabbits from their mothers too early, which damages their immune systems, and pet stores might provide very little information about proper care and nutrition. As a result, countless rabbits die within weeks of being bought. Others are never spayed or neutered, resulting in unanticipated family additions and a major overpopulation problem. Sadly, the majority of these sweet pets are eventually euthanized. Rescue shelters that accept rabbits are often overflowing. If you are planning to bring home a pet rabbit, please adopt!
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