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Hi! I was wondering there is a rabbit at The Rabbit Haven that I really love and she will probably get adopted before I can get a rabbit, but in case I run into another one or she is still available I was wondering is there any way to get her transported? Her name is Scarlett O'Harea! She is so beautiful! I am expecting she will be adopted soon by someone else, but if there is another rabbit that comes to a shelter that is to far away to drive is there someway to get them here? Thanks!
Unfortunately, the shelter that Scarlett is being kept at does not transport out of the area.
with adopting your first rabbit, i would definitely try and do it local if possible. it's more stressful for the rabbit to be carted off a long way, and you should meet with the rabbit first and let him or her pick you... at least until you're more experienced. i know some people pick pets based just on looks, but i don't recommend that.
Scarlett was adopted today!
Woohoo! That's wonderful!