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|Rescue Me ID: 15-01-22-00542Effie (male)|
Hello, My name is Aimee and, unfortunately, my family has to move and we are not allowed to take my daughters (our) bunnies with us to the new home. I am desperately trying to find a home for the both of them and I prefer that they stay together, as they have been together since they were about 2 months old and they are a year now, but I understand this may not happen. The girl is a beautiful lions head and the boy is a handsome flop ear, who has been neutered. We are deeply saddened and I am losing sleep over the care they will get from someone other than us. They have NEVER lived in a cage they lived inside, until that became too much, and then we built a huge (safe) fenced in area on the ground for them to live outside in our backyard. They are extremely friendly and love to be pet and love people and kids. They eat a very well balanced diet. And my hopes will be that they stay together as they love each other very much. This has been a difficult tasks as I cannot just hand them over to just anyone. I am a little, or maybe very, skeptical of how people will care for them. They are part of our family and their care and safety is very important. With that being said I am running out of time to find a home on my own so I am enlisting all the help I can get. I will greatly appreciate any and all help I can get. Please let me know if you need pictures and or anything else. Thanks again and have a blessed day. FYI... I can also give money to help with their care until they are adopted. I will pay their adoption fees, whatever it takes. (Less)
Lexington County Lexington, SC MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 14-12-25-00089Kissin (female)|
Kissin will be 1 year old sometime within the 2nd week of January. She is full of energy and loves to chew on ANYTHING thrown in her cage. She loves 'real' carrots and red apples. Kissin is getting bigger and needs a bigger cage which I can't provided for her. She needs room to run around and hop instead of being in her cage all day. Please please help me find a good home for her!!!!
Aiken County Aiken, SC MAP IT!
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|PIease Read Before Adopting a Rabbit in South Carolina|
Rabbits can make good pets in South 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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