Monday, September 27, 2010

Rabbit Adoptions are Soaring High at The Rabbit Sanctuary! See photos of people and the rabbit they adopted!

Rabbits and their new owners...

Emma adopted our rare Jersey Wooly rabbit having driven all the way from Macksville around 2.5 hours to pick him up.
She loves "Wooly" and she also brought her own Angora girl with her and dropped her to the Rabbit Rescue Sanctuary   vet in Grafton to have her desexed while she came out to the Sanctuary.

Emma left with Wooly and a voucher for a free vet check from our vet Dr Chris Gough. Wooly's adoption fee was $25 and he came with so much added value. It pays to adopt a rabbit rather than to buy one from a breeder or a pet shop.

Little girl goes home happily with her two adopted pet rabbits.  She adopted her favourites from the big Rabbit Run - a ginger and white boy and a grey boy.  Both are desexed males that have been vaccinated, wormed and mite treated.
He father built a great run with cosy rabbit house.
They will also have a wire playpen in the house so they can be part of daily family life.
These two special tame rabbits will be loved pets in Bangalow Northern NSW.

Palomino and Mini Lop rabbits found a wonderful home

Henry now living as a house rabbit

Black and white dwarf rabbits love their new owner
White dwarf rabbit youngster with new owner

White disabled rescued by a lovely lady