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Rabbit Adoption Event!
When: Saturday, October 16th, 11am-4pm (And every third Saturday of the month!)
Where: George, Berkeley's 4th Street Shopping District (1824 Fourth Street)!
Why: These sweet rabbits need loving homes! Once you see their sweet faces, you will love them already. Bring your bunny in for a free nail trim or to go on a bunny date with a spayed/neutered rabbit!
Meet James Dean - a little guy with a big personality. He's an adventurous sort who needs room to run - cages are not for him! Sure, he jumps out of his pen whenever he gets a chance, but when you pick him up he snuggles up against you like a floppy stuffed rabbit. And no one has more personality than James! He'd be a great companion for kids. He also has an eye for the ladies.
Meet Katie, she's a lady's lady. She is gentle, coy, and, of course, sweet. She was found as a stray in Dublin, California during July 2010. Katy has excellent litterbox skills and always enjoys a good meal of hay, pellets and greens. Katie is looking for an ultra peaceful home to match her perfectly pleasant personality. [She's my cute foster bun - you've got to meet her, she's wonderful!]
And meet Bea (on left in photo) - a sweet and gentle bunny who is looking for someone to spoil her and shower her with love, and she will do the same to you in return! Bea was photographed together with her sister Trudy, but we have discovered that they are happier living separately, so they are available for adoption as single bunnies or as a friend for your special bunny. These special bunnies deserve spoiling even more than the average rescue bunny, as they were rescued from a backyard in Oakland where they were running loose and rabbits from their family were being attacked by rats and dogs. Trudy and Bea are still on the shy side, but each day they get more bold and affectionate (especially Bea, the bolder of the two!), knowing that they are safe.
See House Rabbit Society adoptable rabbits and Harvest Home Animal Sanctuary adoptable rabbits, too! Everyone is welcome! Even if you're not ready to adopt at this time, you are always welcome to come and pet the bunnies and ask your rabbit questions!
Questions? Contact Anne at email@example.com!
Check out the video of the George event!