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Home Page Forums RESCUE EFFORTS FOR SHELTERS Elderly female rabbit wanted

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  • Mary
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    I have a male lionhead who was bonded but recently we lost his partner. He is 7 years old so i dont want a young rabbit as his last mate was young and a little to lively for him. she will live in a large garage attatched to my kitchen with lots of room to runnaround and access to the house if she likes. I have looked at rescues but difficult finding an aloder female
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    jerseygirl
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    Hi Mary

    I’m sorry for your loss.

    I think it is great you are looking to adopt an older rabbit.

    Do you mind posting your general location? ie. nearest major city.

    Have you tried using petfinder.com

    Some rescues will do adoptions further afield also…



    jerseygirl
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    This is the results I got for senior female rabbits via petfinder
    http://www.petfinder.com/pet-search?location=San+Francisco+CA&animal=rabbit&breed=&age=senior&gender=female&filtersUpdated=false&distance=&name=

    Regarding location, I used both the example one (Atlanta) and San Francisco and got the same result because I selected “Anywhere” as distance from location.

    Also check HERE at the Rabbits Online forum. The Rescue section has some re-homing posts. You may have to create an account to view



    tobyluv
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    Some rescues or shelters list their animals on Pet Harbor instead of Pet Finder, and some shelters (Humane Societies) only list animals on their own website, so you do have to check various sources to see more of the rabbits available. At a shelter/Humane Society, rabbits can be a low priority and they may not get listed as quickly as a dog or cat, so it’s would be a good idea to call any shelters in your area, besides checking their websites. You could also try speaking with your vet about this. It’s possible that someone who goes to them has an older rabbit who is in need of a new home.


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