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|Rescue Me ID: 15-08-18-00093 |
This domesticated rabbit was found at Breakheart Reservation on 8/17. We believe it was abandoned there. It was taken to my home and we are caring for it, but we cannot keep it for long. It is a friendly rabbit who loves to hop around the room. Please let me know if you are interested in giving it a forever home.
Essex County Saugus, MA MAP IT!
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|Rescue Me ID: 15-08-16-00429Abandoned Rabbit |
A black and white domestic rabbit was dumped in our yard on 8/10/15.We've posted signs in town, called the dog warden, etc. with no response so we know someone just got rid of him. He's been living under the shrubs near the house for the past week. We don't know any details about him (sex, health, age, etc.) but he doesn't seem to be bothered by dogs or when we try to get close to him. We are trying to get him into a have-a-hart trap to get him into shelter since there are coyotes and fox all around here (very rural area). We cannot keep him (two dogs with high prey drive!) but don't want to surrender him to a shelter. PLEASE consider helping him by adopting or helping us get him into a rescue placement. Thanks. (Less)
Hampshire County Goshen, MA MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 15-08-11-00268Fern (male)|
This is Fern we got him at the end of March, he is a fun loving male rabbit. He is very active and is currently not neutered.
Norfolk County franklin, MA MAP IT!
|Animal ID: 15-07-21-00251Boo (male)|
Boo is a 1-year old in-tact male (willing to neuter in exchange for donation to Rescue Me), Holland Lop/Netherland Dwarf mix. He is small (maybe 3 pounds) and absolutely precious, is litter trained and LOVES affection (after earning his trust.) We love him and are heart broken to lose him, but are moving and cannot keep him in our new rental. Needs loving, gentle humans that will devote some time to him. Call for a visit!
Middlesex County Bedford, MA MAP IT!
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|PIease Read Before Adopting a Rabbit in Massachusetts|
Rabbits can make good pets in Massachusetts 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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