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BINKYBUNNY FORUMS > RESCUE EFFORTS FOR SHELTERS > Urgent! Too many bunnies at Hayward Animal Services
Last Post by Rabbitologist Anne at 1/31/2011 9:55 PM (3 Replies)
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User is Offline Rabbitologist Anne
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1/17/2011 7:14 PM

Hayward Animal Services only has room for 4 rabbits, but right now they have 8, and these rabbits need to be adopted quickly to be safe.

The new bunnies don't have names yet (and there is an additional rabbit not pictured here):





She has BLUE eyes! So gorgeous, and rare!




Doc: Doc is a gentle giant. All he wants is to be petted in your lap and cuddled - that's what he lives for. He's a mellow bunny, likes to hang out in the litterbox, and lives for sitting on laps. Maybe your lap has been feeling a little empty? Doc may be in a foster home - call or visit the shelter to arrange to meet him!


Huey: Huey, left, was found abandoned outside the animal shelter. It was by sheer luck they were found by a staff member before harm, or worse, befell them. Huey must have been loved and handled a by a gentle human before being abandoned because this cute as a button young boy is very friendly with people. Huey is VERY energetic and playful, and loves all other animals! He would likely do well in a home with a gentle dog or cats. Come and see Huey (A069910) at the Hayward Animal Shelter.


Kiwi: Kiwi is a young, playful, friendly little soul. He is very calm, and, unlike many rabbits, Kiwi loves to be held. He is a little scared of dogs, so a home without dogs would be a better fit for him. He was the favorite at a recent rabbit adoption event, and loved to be cuddled by everyone who visited. Come and see Kiwi (A069753) at the Hayward Animal Shelter.

If you've been thinking about adopting a rabbit, now is the time! Just in time to have a happy Valentine's day with your new fluffy sweetie, too!

The adoption fee for a rabbit at Hayward Animal Services is $50. Rabbits are spayed/neutered before coming home with you. For the final adoption to occur, all members of the household will need to meet the potential new addition to your family.

Hayward Animal Services Bureau
16 Barnes Court, Hayward, CA 94544
510-293-7200 (Phone service Tuesday - Saturday 10am-5pm)
Hours
Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays: noon-6pm
Wednesdays: noon-7pm
Saturdays: 11am-5pm (Last Saturday of the month, the shelter is open from 11AM-5PM for lost animal viewing only.)
Sundays & Mondays: Closed


User is Offline Zombie-Sue
Des Moines, IA
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1/18/2011 5:46 AM
Those blue eyes are mezmerizing!!

User is Offline Rabbitologist Anne
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1/25/2011 11:48 AM
House Rabbit Society has just taken in Huey, but the rest of the bunnies are still for adoption and urgently need homes! There was someone who let all their rabbits go, and the neighbor caught all 6 and took them to the shelter - unfortunately, this means the Hayward shelter currently has NINE rabbits, with room for just 4, so we need adopters quickly!

Please consider adding an adorable rabbit to your herd this week - these sweet bunnies are counting on you! Also please repost and share - maybe someone in your social network has space in their home to welcome a bunny!

User is Offline Rabbitologist Anne
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1/31/2011 9:55 PM

Doc is now safely with AFRP in Monterey and available for adoption!  Kiwi is in foster and will be available for adoption at the Fremont Pet Food Express on Feb. 12th (noon-3pm).  Two young bunnies went to Bananas for Bunnies and will be available for adoption at the Dublin SPCA adoption event on February 5th (11am-4pm).

The shelter euthanized the bunny in the top photo without telling anyone -- we don't know why they put her to sleep.  I'm frustrated that they didn't give us a chance to try to get her out first.

One rabbit has 2 adoption holds on it - I think the bunny with blue eyes, but not sure.  There are 3 more bunnies still available for adoption at the shelter!

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