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Rescue Me ID: 18-02-20-00436Rorschach (male)

Rabbit    Age: Senior

Personality: Average Energy, Average Temperament 
Health: Needs to be Neutered 

    Sweet senior bunny, 10 years old, needs a new home. I got him from a kennel where he was living for two years when his owners couldn't take care of him anymore. He is friendly and expressive but not neutered. He needs an indoor home with love and care. He comes with a cage on wheels, water bottle, food bowl and supplies to get you started - litter, timothy hay, pellets and treats.

 Adoption Fee: $40 Animal Location:

Wake County Raleigh, NC 27606 MAP IT!

Contact:
Laura Ammons 9199315340

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Rescue Me ID: 18-02-08-00094Mildred (female)

Rabbit    Age: Young Adult

Compatibility: Good with Most Rabbits 
Personality: Average Energy, Average Temperament 
Health: Spayed 

    Mildred is a white with blue/ pink eyes rabbit. She is fun and cute, playful but very sweet. Mildred is free range in my house and is litter trained. She will make a great pet.

 Adoption Fee: $20 Animal Location:

Wake County Raleigh, NC MAP IT!

Contact:
Susan Miller 678-662-0743

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Rescue Me ID: 17-12-25-00041 

Rabbit   

Personality: Average Energy, Average Temperament 

    2 lop ear rabbits..ones brown an ones black..cage an all goes with them

 Adoption Fee: $50 Animal Location:

Caldwell County lenoir, NC 28645 MAP IT!

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Tonya Coffey 8282050505

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Animal ID: 141 17-69George (male)

Rabbit    Age: Young Adult

Personality: Average Energy, Average Temperament 
Health: Neutered 

    George 141 17-69 Neutered Male Loinhead Mix 12 Months White / Silver 6.5 pounds George was a stray that was found hanging out in the woods off George Anderson Drive in South Wilmington. Our rescue had been notified that there was a domestic rabbit there that needed to be rescued. We first were looking for a female harlequin that we had been sent pictures of but when we got on location George was the first rabbit we spotted. We caught George by luring him with pellet food (we shook the food bin) and he came right up to us and we where able to grab him and secure him. The other rabbit we named 'Ann' was not so easy to catch. We had to set a ... (Read More)drop trap to get her. Once we caught them we surrendered them to Animal Services where they were placed on a stray hold. The owner did not come claim them and they were returned to the rescue after the hold. While at the shelter awaiting to be claimed; Ann gave birth to five babies. George is shy, aloof, nervous, and not for small children. The shelter describes me as a 'Violet' which means that the primary behaviors that were observed was cowering, hiding, and thumping along with a little occasional exploring and startling. I am a shy rabbit. In a home, violets may still cower, hide, thump, and startle occasionally but will still usually blossom out to explore, groom, and present for petting. Violets usually do best in homes with adults only but with a little nurturing can become gentle, sweet companions. They may get along well with other rabbits, but if the other rabbit is a tulip - bullying can occur. VIOLET BEHAVIOR MARKERS 'ۢ SHY AND ALOOF 'ۢ NERVOUS AND AFRAID 'ۢ NEEDS EXTRA NURTURING (TLC) TO COME OUT OF SHELL 'ۢ SUITED BEST WITH ADULTS (Less)

     Animal Location:

New Hanover County Rabbit Rescue of Wilmington
324 S College Road
New Hanover County Wilmington, NC 28405 MAP IT!

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NHC Rabbit Rescue Mailing Address PO Box 10755 Wilmington NC 28404 Ph: 910-686-9171 Best contact email NHCRABBITRESCUE@GMAIL.COM

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Animal ID: 127 17-54Blossom (female)

Rabbit    Age: Adult

Personality: Average Energy, Average Temperament 
Health: Spayed 

    Blossom 127 17-54 Spayed Female Californian (Albino) 24 Months old White / Silver 6.5 pounds I was surrendered to the rescue by someone who drove from Winston Salem NC To Wilmington to make sure that I went to a good home. The person who surrendered me (with a litter of babies and an adult male) said that we were dropped off at her house and 3 days later I gave birth to babies. The person that surrendered us to the rescue said they could not find anyone that wanted us other than people who intended to eat us. Blossom was separated from Oleander because he would not stop marking on her and peeing on her coat. Neither of them were litter box ... (Read More)trained until coming to our rescue however, both are doing exceptionally well since being separated. Blossom is friendly, calm, easy going, and sometimes nervous at first until she gets to trust you. We believe Blossom would be better suited to be homed with no small children. The shelter describes me as a 'tulip' which means that I have been observed engaging in the widest range of behaviors from everything to bulging eyes, cowering, chinning, grooming, boxing, lunging, exploring, fighting, thumping, flagging their tails, startling, hiding, playing with toys, and binkying. Tulip's rarely flop in shelters as they are not usually laid back. In homes tulips are often entertaining rabbits, always on high alert, very active, interactive, and exhibiting the same wide range of behaviors they do in a shelter environment. Some may not do well with children or other rabbits. Caution should be observed in adopting Tulips to homes with many other rabbits or children. TULIP BEHAVIOR MARKERS 'ۢ WIDE RANGE OF BEHAVIORS 'ۢ ACTIVE 'ۢ HIGH ALERT 'ۢ MAY NOT DO WELL WITH CHILDREN AND OTHER RABBITS (Less)

     Animal Location:

New Hanover County Rabbit Rescue of Wilmington
324 S College Road
New Hanover County Wilmington, NC 28405 MAP IT!

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NHC Rabbit Rescue Mailing Address PO Box 10755 Wilmington NC 28404 Ph: 910-686-9171 Best contact email NHCRABBITRESCUE@GMAIL.COM

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Animal ID: 135 17-62Turnip (female)

Rabbit    Age: Baby

Personality: Average Energy, Average Temperament 

    Turnip 135 17-62 Neutered Male Californian (Albino) 3 Months old White / Silver 3.3 pounds I was surrendered to the rescue by someone who drove from Winston Salem NC to Wilmington to make sure that I went to a good home. The person who surrendered my Mom and Dad (with a litter of babies) said that we were dropped off at her house and 3 days my Mom gave birth to a litter of babies. The person that surrendered us to the rescue said they could not find anyone that wanted us other than people who intended to eat us. Turnip is outgoing, ... (Read More)friendly, calm, active, and easy going. The shelter describes me as a 'Bluebell' which means that in the shelter I was observed hiding and cowering at times but I also exhibited other behaviors such as exploring, grooming, playing, greeting, headshaking, thumping, and binkies. I may occasionally nip if I am mishandled. In homes, bluebells are often friendly, interactive rabbits, but may be cage protective and nip at a person reaching into their area. Some bluebells likes to be 'explorer rabbits' in their permanent homes. They are very active, usually gentle, but may not like to sit still from much cuddling. Bluebells often gets along with other rabbits if properly introduced and a few may be able to tolerate children if they are not over handled. Blue bells may nip if they are restrained against their will. BLUEBELL BEHAVIOR MARKERS 'ۢ INDEPENDENT 'ۢ ACTIVE 'ۢ EXPLORES 'ۢ OUTGOING BUT SOMETIMES SHY 'ۢ DOES NOT LIKE TO BE CUDDLED 'ۢ WILL NIP IF MISHANDLED (Less)

     Animal Location:

New Hanover County Rabbit Rescue of Wilmington
324 S College Road
New Hanover County Wilmington, NC 28405 MAP IT!

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NHC Rabbit Rescue Mailing Address PO Box 10755 Wilmington NC 28404 Ph: 910-686-9171 Best contact email NHCRABBITRESCUE@GMAIL.COM

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Animal ID: 134 17-61Rhubarb (female)

Rabbit    Age: Baby

Personality: Average Energy, Average Temperament 
Health: Spayed 

    Rhubarb 134 17-61 Spayed Female Californian (Albino) 3 Months old White / Silver 3.4 pounds I was surrendered to the rescue by someone who drove from Winston Salem NC to Wilmington to make sure that I went to a good home. The person who surrendered my Mom and Dad (with a litter of babies) said that we were dropped off at her house and 3 days my Mom gave birth to a litter of babies. The person that surrendered us to the rescue said they could not find anyone that wanted us other than people who intended to eat us. Rhubarb is ... (Read More)friendly, active, sweet, and a little nervous. The shelter describes me as a 'tulip' which means that I have been observed engaging in the widest range of behaviors from everything to bulging eyes, cowering, chinning, grooming, boxing, lunging, exploring, fighting, thumping, flagging their tails, startling, hiding, playing with toys, and binkying. Tulip's rarely flop in shelters as they are not usually laid back. In homes tulips are often entertaining rabbits, always on high alert, very active, interactive, and exhibiting the same wide range of behaviors they do in a shelter environment. Some may not do well with children or other rabbits. Caution should be observed in adopting Tulips to homes with many other rabbits or children. TULIP BEHAVIOR MARKERS 'ۢ WIDE RANGE OF BEHAVIORS 'ۢ ACTIVE 'ۢ HIGH ALERT 'ۢ MAY NOT DO WELL WITH CHILDREN AND OTHER RABBITS (Less)

     Animal Location:

New Hanover County Rabbit Rescue of Wilmington
324 S College Road
New Hanover County Wilmington, NC 28405 MAP IT!

Contact:
NHC Rabbit Rescue Mailing Address PO Box 10755 Wilmington NC 28404 Ph: 910-686-9171 Best contact email NHCRABBITRESCUE@GMAIL.COM

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Animal ID: 130 17-57Cilantro (female)

Rabbit    Age: Baby

Personality: Average Energy, Average Temperament 
Health: Spayed 

    Cilantro 132 17-59 Spayed Female Californian (Albino) 3 Months old White / Silver 3.5 pounds I was surrendered to the rescue by someone who drove from Winston Salem NC to Wilmington to make sure that I went to a good home. The person who surrendered my Mom and Dad (with a litter of babies) said that we were dropped off at her house and 3 days my Mom gave birth to a litter of babies. The person that surrendered us to the rescue said they could not find anyone that wanted us other than people who intended to eat us. Cilantro is ... (Read More)aloof, nervous, shy and friendly. The shelter describes me as a 'Violet' which means that the primary behaviors that were observed was cowering, hiding, and thumping along with a little occasional exploring and startling. I am a shy rabbit. In a home, violets may still cower, hide, thump, and startle occasionally but will still usually blossom out to explore, groom, and present for petting. Violets usually do best in homes with adults only but with a little nurturing can become gentle, sweet companions. They may get along well with other rabbits, but if the other rabbit is a tulip - bullying can occur. VIOLET BEHAVIOR MARKERS 'ۢ SHY AND ALOOF 'ۢ NERVOUS AND AFRAID 'ۢ NEEDS EXTRA NURTURING (TLC) TO COME OUT OF SHELL 'ۢ SUITED BEST WITH ADULTS (Less)

     Animal Location:

New Hanover County Rabbit Rescue of Wilmington
324 S College Road
New Hanover County Wilmington, NC 28405 MAP IT!

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NHC Rabbit Rescue Mailing Address PO Box 10755 Wilmington NC 28404 Ph: 910-686-9171 Best contact email NHCRABBITRESCUE@GMAIL.COM

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Animal ID: 130 17-57Squash (male)

Rabbit    Age: Baby

Health: Neutered 

    Squash 130 17-57 Neutered Male Californian (Albino) 5 Months old White / Silver 3.2 pounds I was surrendered to the rescue by someone who drove from Winston Salem NC to Wilmington to make sure that I went to a good home. The person who surrendered my Mom and Dad (with a litter of babies) said that we were dropped off at her house and 3 days my Mom gave birth to a litter of babies. The person that surrendered us to the rescue said they could not find anyone that wanted us other than people who intended to eat us. Squash is outgoing, ... (Read More)friendly, active, easy going, playful, and sweet. The shelter describes me as a 'tulip' which means that I have been observed engaging in the widest range of behaviors from everything to bulging eyes, cowering, chinning, grooming, boxing, lunging, exploring, fighting, thumping, flagging their tails, startling, hiding, playing with toys, and binkying. Tulip's rarely flop in shelters as they are not usually laid back. In homes tulips are often entertaining rabbits, always on high alert, very active, interactive, and exhibiting the same wide range of behaviors they do in a shelter environment. Some may not do well with children or other rabbits. Caution should be observed in adopting Tulips to homes with many other rabbits or children. TULIP BEHAVIOR MARKERS 'ۢ WIDE RANGE OF BEHAVIORS 'ۢ ACTIVE 'ۢ HIGH ALERT 'ۢ MAY NOT DO WELL WITH CHILDREN AND OTHER RABBITS (Less)

     Animal Location:

New Hanover County Rabbit Rescue of Wilmington
324 S College Road
New Hanover County Wilmington, NC 28405 MAP IT!

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NHC Rabbit Rescue Mailing Address PO Box 10755 Wilmington NC 28404 Ph: 910-686-9171 Best contact email NHCRABBITRESCUE@GMAIL.COM

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Animal ID: 151 17-79Obi (female)

Rabbit    Age: Young Adult

Personality: Average Energy, Average Temperament 
Health: Spayed 

    151 17-79 Obi Spayed Female Adult 24 Months Tan/Harlequin Weight 5.5 pounds Obi was pulled from Wake County Animal Control because she had a nasty abscess that needed medical treatment. She was surrendered to the shelter because she had been fighting with another rabbit. Obi received medical attention, antibiotics, and her infection cleared up and she is ready for adoption! The shelter describes me as a 'Bluebell' which means that in the shelter I was observed hiding and cowering at times but I also exhibited other behaviors such as exploring, grooming, playing, greeting, headshaking, thumping, and binkies. I may occasionally nip if I am ... (Read More)mishandled. In homes, bluebells are often friendly, interactive rabbits, but may be cage protective and nip at a person reaching into their area. Some bluebells likes to be 'explorer rabbits' in their permanent homes. They are very active, usually gentle, but may not like to sit still from much cuddling. Bluebells often gets along with other rabbits if properly introduced and a few may be able to tolerate children if they are not over handled. Blue bells may nip if they are restrained against their will. BLUEBELL BEHAVIOR MARKERS 'ۢ INDEPENDENT 'ۢ ACTIVE 'ۢ EXPLORES 'ۢ OUTGOING BUT SOMETIMES SHY 'ۢ DOES NOT LIKE TO BE CUDDLED 'ۢ WILL NIP IF MISHANDLED (Less)

     Animal Location:

New Hanover County Rabbit Rescue of Wilmington
324 S College Road
New Hanover County Wilmington, NC 28405 MAP IT!

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NHC Rabbit Rescue Mailing Address PO Box 10755 Wilmington NC 28404 Ph: 910-686-9171 Best contact email NHCRABBITRESCUE@GMAIL.COM

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Animal ID: 151 17-79Darla (female)

Rabbit    Age: Young Adult

Personality: Average Energy, Average Temperament 
Health: Spayed 

    151 17-79 Darla Spayed Female Adult 12 Months Old Domestic Lionhead/Rex X White / Gray Spots Weight 5.8 I was found running loose on UNCW Campus and was brought to the shelter where my owner did not claim me. I was later returned to the rescue where I was spayed and placed up for adoption. The shelter describes me as a 'tulip' which means that I have been observed engaging in the widest range of behaviors from everything to bulging eyes, cowering, chinning, grooming, boxing, lunging, exploring, fighting, thumping, flagging their tails, startling, hiding, playing with toys, and binkying. Tulip's rarely flop in shelters as they are not ... (Read More)usually laid back. In homes tulips are often entertaining rabbits, always on high alert, very active, interactive, and exhibiting the same wide range of behaviors they do in a shelter environment. Some may not do well with children or other rabbits. Caution should be observed in adopting Tulips to homes with many other rabbits or children. TULIP BEHAVIOR MARKERS 'ۢ WIDE RANGE OF BEHAVIORS 'ۢ ACTIVE 'ۢ HIGH ALERT 'ۢ MAY NOT DO WELL WITH CHILDREN AND OTHER RABBITS (Less)

     Animal Location:

New Hanover County Rabbit Rescue of Wilmington
324 S College Road
New Hanover County Wilmington, NC 28405 MAP IT!

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NHC Rabbit Rescue Mailing Address PO Box 10755 Wilmington NC 28404 Ph: 910-686-9171 Best contact email NHCRABBITRESCUE@GMAIL.COM

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Animal ID: 162 17-90Snowbun (male)

Rabbit    Age: Adult

Compatibility: Good with Most Rabbits 
Personality: Average Energy, Average Temperament 
Health: Neutered 

    Snowbun 162 17-90 Neutered Male Adult 12 Months Californian White Seal Pt Weight 6.6 pounds I was surrendered by my owner to the shelter because they could no longer properly care for me the way that I needed to be cared for. I was later transferred to the rescue where I was neutered and placed up for adoption. The shelter describes me as a 'Bluebell' which means that in the shelter I was observed hiding and cowering at times but I also exhibited other behaviors such as exploring, grooming, playing, greeting, headshaking, thumping, and binkies. I may occasionally nip if I am mishandled. In homes, bluebells are often friendly, ... (Read More)interactive rabbits, but may be cage protective and nip at a person reaching into their area. Some bluebells likes to be 'explorer rabbits' in their permanent homes. They are very active, usually gentle, but may not like to sit still from much cuddling. Bluebells often gets along with other rabbits if properly introduced and a few may be able to tolerate children if they are not over handled. Blue bells may nip if they are restrained against their will. BLUEBELL BEHAVIOR MARKERS 'ۢ INDEPENDENT 'ۢ ACTIVE 'ۢ EXPLORES 'ۢ OUTGOING BUT SOMETIMES SHY 'ۢ DOES NOT LIKE TO BE CUDDLED 'ۢ WILL NIP IF MISHANDLED (Less)

     Animal Location:

New Hanover County Rabbit Rescue of Wilmington
324 S College Road
New Hanover County Wilmington, NC 28405 MAP IT!

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NHC Rabbit Rescue Mailing Address PO Box 10755 Wilmington NC 28404 Ph: 910-686-9171 Best contact email NHCRABBITRESCUE@GMAIL.COM

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Animal ID: 55 17-45Vanilla (male)

Rabbit    Age: Adult

Personality: Average Energy, Average Temperament 
Health: Neutered 

    Vanilla RR55 17-45 Californian Neutered Male 36 Months old Vanilla was pulled from Duplin County Animal Control. He was previously a meat rabbit and was covered in mites and mange and had rabbit syphilis. He was treated for mange, ear mites, and the syphilis infection. Once he was healthy enough he was neutered. The shelter describes me as a 'Violet' which means that the primary behaviors that were observed was cowering, hiding, and thumping along with a little occasional exploring and startling. I am a shy rabbit. In a home, violets may still cower, hide, thump, and startle occasionally but will still usually blossom out to explore, ... (Read More)groom, and present for petting. Violets usually do best in homes with adults only but with a little nurturing can become gentle, sweet companions. They may get along well with other rabbits, but if the other rabbit is a tulip - bullying can occur. VIOLET BEHAVIOR MARKERS 'ۢ SHY AND ALOOF 'ۢ NERVOUS AND AFRAID 'ۢ NEEDS EXTRA NURTURING (TLC) TO COME OUT OF SHELL 'ۢ SUITED BEST WITH ADULTS (Less)

     Animal Location:

New Hanover County Rabbit Rescue of Wilmington
324 S College Road
New Hanover County Wilmington, NC 28405 MAP IT!

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NHC Rabbit Rescue Mailing Address PO Box 10755 Wilmington NC 28404 Ph: 910-686-9171 Best contact email NHCRABBITRESCUE@GMAIL.COM

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Animal ID: 163 17-91Squish (male)

Rabbit    Age: Young Adult

Compatibility: Good with Most Rabbits 
Personality: Average Energy, Submissive 
Health: Neutered 

    Squish 163 17-91 Neutered Male Adult 6 Months Californian White Seal Pt Weight 3.8 pounds I was surrendered by my owner to the shelter because they could no longer properly care for me the way that I needed to be cared for. I was later transferred to the rescue where I was neutered and placed up for adoption. The shelter describes me as a 'Daisy' which means that I like to explore, groom, and I will present for petting and may occasionally be seen to flop, binky, or thump. I am not shy and I will rarely hide in a shelter. In homes, Daisies particularly like to be stroked and will often present to a person for petting. Behaviors will ... (Read More)be essentially the same in the shelter and home environment. Daises are probably the best rabbit for the adopter seeking a rabbit who will tolerate sitting in a person's lap and being petted. Daises usually do well with other rabbits and people (including children) because of these laid back personality traits. DAISIES BEHAVIOR MARKERS 'ۢ OUTGOING 'ۢ LIKES TO BE PETTED 'ۢ LAID BACK PERSONALITY 'ۢ TOLERATES CHILDREN 'ۢ LIKES TO EXPLORE (Less)

     Animal Location:

New Hanover County Rabbit Rescue of Wilmington
324 S College Road
New Hanover County Wilmington, NC 28405 MAP IT!

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NHC Rabbit Rescue Mailing Address PO Box 10755 Wilmington NC 28404 Ph: 910-686-9171 Best contact email NHCRABBITRESCUE@GMAIL.COM

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Animal ID: RR92Gibbs (male)

Rabbit    Age: Baby

Personality: Average Energy, Submissive 
Health: Neutered 

    Gibbs New Zealand White (Albino) Neutered Male 5 Months 4.4 pounds RR92 My Story: I was surrendered from the owner to Davidson County Animal Shelter in Lexington NC. I was pulled along with 6 other rabbits.My owner said that they could not afford to keep us anymore. I was transported to NHC Rabbit Rescue and was spayed. Now I am ready to go home with you! I am progressing well with my litter box skills.

     Animal Location:

New Hanover County Rabbit Rescue of Wilmington
324 S College Road
New Hanover County Wilmington, NC 28405 MAP IT!

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NHC Rabbit Rescue Mailing Address PO Box 10755 Wilmington NC 28404 Ph: 910-686-9171 Best contact email NHCRABBITRESCUE@GMAIL.COM

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Animal ID: RR106Jasmine (female)

Rabbit    Age: Baby

Compatibility: Good with Male Rabbits Only 
Personality: Average Energy, Somewhat Dominant 
Health: Spayed 

    Jasmine Dwarf Hot Tot / Mini Rex Mix White / Black Spayed Female 4 Months old Weight 3.5 RR106 Jasmine was surrendered by her owner to Hoke County Animal Shelter. She was pulled by another rescue and transported to NHC Rabbit Rescue where she was spayed and placed up for adoption. Jasmine is very independent and does not like being handled. She will not be good in homes with small children and may be best suited being bonded with another existing neutered male.

     Animal Location:

New Hanover County Rabbit Rescue of Wilmington
324 S College Road
New Hanover County Wilmington, NC 28405 MAP IT!

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PIease Read Before Adopting a Rabbit in North Carolina
    Rabbits can make good pets in North Carolina 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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Davie County - Mocksville, NC 27028
Humane Society of Davie County 336-751-5214

Forsyth County - Winston-Salem, North Carolina 27103
Forsyth Humane Society 336-721-1303

Orange/Wake/Durham County - Mebane, North Carolina 27302
Animal Protection Society 919-304-2300

Rockingham County - Wentworth, NC 27375
Rockingham Humane Society 336-349-4379

Guilford County - Greensboro, North Carolina 27405
Triad Spay-Neuter Clinic 336/375-6080

Guilford County - Greensboro, NC 27429
Feral Cat Assistance Program 336-378-0878

Wake County - Cary 27512
Operation Catnip 919-460-0610

Wayne County - Goldsboro, North Carolina 27530
Wayne County Humane Society 919-736-PETS

Wake County - New Hill, North Carolina 27562
SNAP-NC 919-783-SNAP

Johnston County - Smithfield 27577
Johnston County Animal Protection 919-989-7601

Wake County - Raleigh, NC 27603
SPCA of Wake County 919-772-2326

Wake/Durham/Orange/Person County - Raleigh, NC 27605
AnimalKind 919-870-1660

Wake County - Raleigh, North Carolina 27616
SAFE Haven For Cats 919-872-1128

Wake County - Raleigh, North Carolina 27675
Operation Catnip 919-779-7247

Pitt County - Greenville, North Carolina 27836
Saving Graces 4 Felines 252-321-8839

Wilson County - Wilson, NC 27895
Wilson County Humane Society 252-243-2566

Cabarrus County - Concord, North Carolina 28025
Humane Society of Concord 704-784-4434

Cabarrus County - Concord, North Carolina 28025
Cabarrus Spay Neuter Clinic 704-784-6304

Gaston County - Gastonia, NC 28055
Animal League of Gaston County 704-718- 4673

Union County - Monroe 28111
Humane Society of Union County 704-283-9126

Rowan County - Salisbury, North Carolina 28145
Humane Society of Rowan County 704-636-5700

Anson County - Wadesboro, NC 28170
Humane Society of Anson County 704-695-3116

Mecklenburg County - Charlotte, NC 28203
Humane Society of Charlotte 704-333-4130

Mecklenburg County - Charlotte, NC 28247
Friends of Felines 704-348-1578

New Hanover County - Castle Hayne, NC 28429
Friends of Felines 910-452-6721

Onslow County - Jacksonville, North Carolina 28540
Carolina Animal Protection Society 252-422-6770

Craven County - New Bern, NC 28563
Colonial Capital Humane Society 252-633-0146

Watauga County - Boone 28607
Wautauga Humane Society 828-264-7865

Avery County - Newland, NC 28657
Avery Humane Society 828-733-6312

Polk/Landrum County - Columbus, NC 28722
Foothills Humane Society 828-863-4444

Madison County - Marshall 28753
Friends of Madison County Animals 828-649-9798

Buncombe County - Skyland 28776
Animal Compassion Network 828-258-4820

Mitchell County - Spruce Pine 28777
Mitchell County Animal Rescue 828-765-6952

Jackson County - Sylva, NC 28779
Jackson County Humane Society 828-586-5647

Haywood County - Waynesville 28786
Haywood Animal Welfare Assn 828-452-1329

Buncombe County - Asheville 28801
Humane Alliance Spay/Neuter Clinic 828-252-8804

Buncombe County - Asheville 28801
Humane Alliance of Western NC 828-252-2079

Cherokee County - Marble 28905
Western Carolina Spay-Neuter Clinic 828-837-2304

If you find any of the above spay/neuter information is incorrect,
or if you know another low-cost clinic to recommend, please
call Rescue Me! at 1-800-800-2099 with this information.
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