Bunnies Need Loving Homes

February 7, 2008 10:11:28 AM PST
Sixteen rabbits were brought in to a shelter from a cruelty raid on a cockfighting ring. There are several beautiful adult bunnies in good shape, but also several baby and juvenile bunnies who exhibit stunted growth, malnutrition, and fur nibbled off by other bunnies.

If you know anyone who might want to foster a bunny for us, please forward my email to them.

Contact Mia Perry at mperry@sju.edu or fosterhotline@phillypaws.org

More about PAWS

PAWS, the Philadelphia Animal Welfare Society, needs indoor foster and adoptive homes for pet rabbits. Many people are not aware that rabbits are the third most common pet surrendered to animal shelters across the US, after cats and dogs. Rabbits do not thrive in a shelter environment, so foster homes provide a caring solution while homeless bunnies wait to be matched with adopters.

Foster care providers supply their own indoor cage or bunny pen, food, and TLC. PAWS provides medical care and spay/neuter surgery for bunnies in foster homes. PAWS volunteers help with finding adoptive homes for foster rabbits, and are happy to help with information about bunny health and care.

Join us in saving Philadelphia's homeless pets.