Hudson now Jarvis AKA StanLee found his forever home with a wonderful family. Congrats to Dr. Rob Nathan, Karen, and Nora! Jarvis even has his own in house vet. He is one lucky man.
Hudson was formerly a stray who has become quite comfortable with indoor life. He is an inquisitive bunny and loves head pets. He can be a tiny bit shy in the beginning, but at the end of the day, loves attention.
Meet Flash. Flash is the last of the 17 court case babies to remain in our foster home. He is a young and curious boy who likes to explore and hang out in his cardboard box. He would love to finally have a home of his very own. Flash is located in a foster home in Cleveland, OH.
Flash was adopted briefly then returned by no fault of his own. This gorgeous young man has spent just about all of his life in foster. Flash needs a nice large space to call his own.
Please contact Stephanie Lodge firstname.lastname@example.org 216-571-1088
This bunny in HRS foster care needs a permanent home. All HRS rabbits are spayed/neutered, litterbox-trained, and socialized.
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.