Status: Adopted on Aug 16 2007
Location: SaveABunny

I've been adopted by my foster home. Yeah for me!

HI.My name is Jessie. I was part of a "Girl Scouts To the Rescue" on May 20, 2007.
San Francisco Animal Care and Control had just had a large number of rabbits surrendered to the shelter and was doing everything possible to avoid having to euthanize rabbits to make room.

They contacted SaveABunny to ask for help and along with Troop 56 of Santa Clara County, I was whisked off to safe harbor at SaveABunny along with three other bunnies---GracieAnne, Rebeca and Francisco.

The Girl Scouts literally helped save our lives and we are so grateful for their kindness, compassion and quick action to help transport us to SaveABunny. It was quite a journey for everyone!

I am named after "the Jessies" of the troop", Francisco was named after San Francisco Animal Care and Control, and Gracie Anne, well, that's a secret!

I really loved all the attention and snuggle I got and everyone said they were so amazed at how gentle, loving and handsome I was. My human guardian had moved away and left me behind and to be honest, I wasn't in the best of shape, because I sort of had some urine scald from being on a dirty wire cage.,
but the good news is that I am a really happy, loving and resilient bunny.
I am just so happy to be loved and really like being with people. Being petted and loved by these gentle, caring and remarkably wise girls really made me happy and content.

So, if you are looking for a bunny to love and treasure-that's me. I crave attention and
can connect deeply with someone to love.

Pick me and visit me soon!

Thanks so much Troop 56 and eternal bunny kisses to you!


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