Name: Hi Everyone, my name is Bunny!
We are looking for a new home for Bunny whom we rescued, literally off the streets, quite some time ago. It was 8 years ago that we found this nearly full grown grey bunny hopping along the sidewalk in a Shunyi housing compound. We searched and searched for his owners, but they never came forward. We guess that they bought him when he was a cute little baby, but tired of him and the responsibility of caring for him once he grew into an adult. He was (and is) one of the most beautiful bunnies we have ever seen. We’d like to take him with us when we move, but rabbits are so fragile and this guy is getting old.
We are hoping to find a family to love and spoil our bunny as much as we have. He comes with a large hutch (which is functional, but does need some repairs), and a good supply of hay, which is critical to the good health of any rabbit.
Personality: Bunny is very friendly and good with older kids. He does not like to be held, but loves to be petted. He’s used to living in a hutch outdoors and is litter box trained in his hutch. He’s never lived inside, but the owners think he would adapt easily and welcome a break from Beijing pollution and severe winters.
Ideal home: Bunny would be fine for families with older children (e.g., 8 years and older). Having a rabbit is a wonderful way for children to learn how to interact with an animal while respecting nature under the supervision of their parents.
Breed, Sex & Age: Bunny is at least 8-years old and is a short-haired grey rabbit.
Medical notes: Bunny is an unneutered male and in good health.
Post-adoption care: The International Center for Veterinary Services (ICVS) has enrolled Bunny into their Rescued/Stray/Rehomed Pet Adoption Benefits Program. ICVS will provide his new family with significant discounts (up to 50%) on his health examinations and neuter surgery during the first year of life with his new adoption family!
Door-to-Door Pet Transport Service: ICVS can help his new family arrange for door-to-door car transport for his appointments at the hospital. Contact ICVS: www.ICVSASIA.com
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Your donations support ICVS in helping pets like Bunny and the many stray/rescued/abandoned/rehomed and shelter animals in my community. The pets receive world-class medical care and treatments, good nutrition and socialization with love and compassion that allow them to become healthy adoptable pets!
Please contact the International Center for Veterinary Services (ICVS) for more information about Bunny and the many adoptable pets waiting for homes:
Tel: (010) 8456-1939/1940
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