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I don't know if any of you remember the issues I was having with the person I gave Porkie too, but I confiscated him and fostered him as I worked with a rescue to get him neutered, checked over, and placed in a new home! He is now happily living with a couple several hours south of me and I'm so glad I got him out when I did. I'm so happy for him, I just needed to share c:
I learned the hard way: Just because somebody is your friend doesn't mean you can trust them with an animal, even if they have experience.
Yup yup :]
They are the only rescue I trust around here so far and they're so great to work with.
They're the rescue I surrendered my rabbits to when my mom told me I wasn't allowed to have them anymore.
EDIT: You adobted one of my rabbits, I think. I think you adopted Hain. They changed all my rabbits' names when they took them in because they told me the names they had would make them harder to adopt out. How is she doing? They told me that they would update me on the buns as they got adopted out and such, but I never heard anything from them once they picked them up. I didn't want to bother them with questions because seven rabbits is a lot to keep track of and I'm sure they had a lot of other stuff on their plate. When I saw Ozzy, his name was Chickenilapus Anna Butt, on facebook I started to cry but I couldn't find all of them and I was really hoping they all got good homes