Major was adopted by Cathy Daly where he is becoming friends with bunny pals, Kaycie and Rory.
Little Major was found outdoors in a cardboard box with a badly broken leg. Unfortunately, as his best chance of healing, his back leg needed to be amputated. Major has not dropped a beat after surgery and he is as sassy and feisty as ever. He has earned the nickname Zippy from the way he zips around his pen.
Jack is now the king of his domain with new dad Zhe. Jack loves being the center of attention! Congratulations Zhe!!
This spunky and opinionated young man is looking for a home to call his own. Jack (aka The Black Panther) has an endless amount of personality to share with an experienced bunny owner.
Molly, now Momo has finally found her forever home with Chie, Paul, and their daughter Kaya! She is the last of our rabbits from the Wood County Humane Society court case. Momo was named after the Japanese word for peach. She is happily adjusting to her new home. Congratulations to Momo and her new family!
Molly is a very sweet and clever bun. She is the cleanest rabbit her foster mom has ever seen. She has impeccable litter habits and keeps he x-pen organized. Molly enjoys her quiet time with or without her human companions. She is dainty and delicate when she eats, binkies, and sleeps. A model bunny who is ready to bring some peaceful joy to her forever home. Molly is one of the mother bunnies from the Wood County Humane Society case.
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This bunny in BHRS foster care needs a permanent home. All BHRS rabbits are spayed/neutered, litterbox-trained, and socialized.