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I am a very pretty, spayed mini-lop girl who was just surrendered to the shelter by someone who said they didn't have time for me anymore. You can see in my eyes how sad I am. I feel totally abandoned. I'm about two and a half years old, and now I find myself homeless. I really want someone to love me for the rest of my life. I'm still a young rabbit with a lot of love to share.
The shelter is very overcrowded and good, safe, loving indoor homes for a rabbit like me is URGENTLY needed.
Please read more on this web site about rabbit care and what type of food, grooming exercise and housing would be best for me, and if it sounds like a match, please consider adopting me!
Please visit us at San Francisco Animal Care and Control at 1200 Harrison Street at 15th in the Mission District. Shelter hours are 12-6, except 12-7 on Thursdays. 415-554-9405. You'll need to bring my ID number with you.
Tired of wasted hay being kicked all over or wet hay that gets um..."tinkled" on?
We've created a space efficient and elegant way to give your little fur friend the fresh, clean hay they love and need for a proper diet.