The FUR program promotes responsible pet rabbit ownership; however, often times we are contacted by people who for one reason or another can no longer care for their rabbit. The FUR program rescues rabbits directly Shelters and therefore, cannot take in rabbits directly from the public. In an attempt to help prevent rabbits from being dumped at shelters, we have created this album to assist the public in finding good homes for their rabbit. If your interested in any of the rabbits, please contact the person posted in the listing. If you need assistance on how to care for a rabbit, please contact us at 916-941-1963. Leave your name and address and we will mail you information on how to care for a rabbit. FUR recommends that all rabbits be spayed/neuterd and our housed indoors.
Date(s): November 16, 2006. Album by Lisa's Pictures. 1 - 1 of 1 Total. 482 Visits.
1 Hello, I need a home for my rabbit. I bought her as a gift for a friend who then got married and become the new owner of a rottweiler dog. Makes for a bad match. I have kept her, but need to find a home. LoLo is female, spayed, and approximate 2 yr old rabbit. She is very tame, sweet and would make some one a great companion. She is potty trained as well. She goes in a box, and on pee pee pads. She loves to get out of her cage for several hours a day and run and play. She comes with her cage, food, and some toys.
There will be $25 charge. Serious inquiries only. Rabbits require love and care, and come with responsibility. Contact Info: Cheryl Phone: 916-817-8932