Brothers Lewis (previously DiNozzo in our posts) and Gibbs were rescued after being separated and abandoned by a cruel previous owner. They were both rescued by good Samaritans and came into our care.
The brothers weren't bonded, but were comforted in seeing each other. We were hoping they could stay together.
Marshmallow and Milkshake to the rescue! Both independent girls were looking for companion
Dilly came to us through rescue circumstances from HAS. That very day, we received an adoption application for her (within the hour!). She was exactly the bunny her new adoptive parents had been dreaming of! At first meeting, she was already the apple of her new parents’ eyes! She completed RHDV2 vaccination under her loving foster mom's care, and then moved to her new home, where she is showered
Remember Robin? She now has a sweet new name! Truffle! This sweet girl was saved by HAS, then taken into our care. She was adopted by a loving family who submitted an adoption form the very day she was posted! They patiently waited for her to finish her RHDV2 vaccine and could not wait to welcome her into their home. Truffle gained two bunny buddies and the love of adoring, sweet children. We are
Marlon was found abandoned with his brother Attila. The kind folks at Huntsville Animal Services (HAS) picked them up. Marlon spent several weeks with one of our rescue team members and his personality blossomed. He is such an energetic, outgoing, friendly boy! During his first Bunny Basics event, he met Cinnabon, a beautiful brown lop bunny, and was immediately smitten! Marlon could not wait to s
Nico (right) went from being an abandoned baby bunny in a cage in a Walmart parking lot to being fostered and adored by a family with many children! He truly won the jackpot! He was soon adopted by his foster family and even gained a bunny buddy: Pixie (left)! Nico and Pixie are the best of friends and enjoy being showered with love and affection in their forever home. Life truly is better with a
Sweet Josephine is one of Gouda's babies, born into rescue. She was the protector of her siblings, especially sister Piccolo. It is believed that her father was Havarti (from our Bunnies Never Forgotten page). She is the fluffiest out of all of her siblings and the only baby to resemble a French Angora! She is quite the beauty! She was adopted into the same house as Peter and named for Beatrix Pot
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