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Home Page Forums RESCUE EFFORTS FOR SHELTERS Harvest Home Animal Sanctuary is looking for foster homes for rabbits! (SF Bay Area/Stockton, CA)

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    Harvest Home Animal Sanctuary is looking for foster homes for rabbits!  Opening your home to a single or bonded pair of bunnies for the holidays is a great way for them to get special TLC, and help them get ready to find their forever homes! 

    With all fosters, Harvest Home Animal Sanctuary provides:
    exercise pen or cage
    litterbox
    food & water dishes
    food to get you started
    any medical costs that might arise 

    Foster homes provide:
    daily out-of-cage exercise time
    food (daily salad, and hay/pellets after the initial batch)
    and love! 

    We are looking for:

    • Adoptable Rabbit Fosters – These rabbits have no special needs, they just need a foster home where they can get daily hop time, fresh salads, and love!  These fosters will take their foster bunny to a monthly adoption event.
    • Special Foster: Rabbit Behavior – These fosters specialize in rabbits that need extra TLC because of their personality or past experiences that have left them shy, fearful, or protective.  We would love fosters who have time to spend some one-on-one time with their foster bunny each day, to help them become more comfortable in a home environment.  This foster might choose to handfeed greens, do massage, clicker-train, or simply spend time one-on-one with their foster rabbit.  These fosters will take their foster bunny to a monthly adoption event.
    • Special Foster: Rabbit Medical Care – These fosters have experience with rabbits, would like to specialize in special needs bunnies, and would be happy to foster a bunny with limited mobility (like a healed, formerly broken leg), congenital problems (like splay-leg), a rabbit that needs a daily oral medication, or a rabbit that needs to visit our vet occasionally for conditions like overgrown teeth, or a weepy eye.  Harvest Home pays for all approved vet care, including medications.  These rabbits would not be shown at adoption events until they receive a clean bill of health from the vet – they could be returned to Harvest Home at that time.  We can match the medical care foster rabbit to your level of experience.
    • Special Foster: Sanctuary Foster – These fosters take home a single or pair of rabbits who are in sanctuary care.  Similar to adopting, these rabbits can live out the rest of their lives in their foster home, however, Harvest Home will pay all approved medical expenses for the life of the rabbits.  People interested in becoming sanctuary fosters can meet the available sanctuary singles & pairs and select the rabbits that best fit their lifestyle.  We have many older bunnies who would love to spend their golden years in a home.

    We ask for a fostering commitment of at least one month.  You can specify a fostering end date, but we are particularly appreciative of foster homes that can keep their foster rabbit until they are adopted, which can be anywhere from 2-9 months.

    Please email me at annemartin@harvesthomeanimal.org if you’re interested in becoming a foster!

    Thanks!

    -Anne


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