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Tuesday, August 11, 2015

No. 1 - looking for a forever home


Don't be fooled, hoomin. I don't monkey around with disapproval!


Number 1 is a survivor of a house fire at her foster hoomins, along with 7 other bunnehs.

Angela says "(...) so far, (she's) the least disapproving bun out of them all. She likes to hang out with Monkey and keep him company. She is actually still up for adoption. She was adopted out, went out and got spayed, and the family never came and claimed her. We've contacted the family via certified mail, phone calls, text messages, everything. The foster mom is now looking for placement of her. We are just happy she is one of the fire survivors. Such a sweet and good girl!"

- Thank you Angela!

PS: We'll feature the other survivors and their stories over the next few days.

12 comments:

  1. Uhhh, Angela, we are going to need some more details here. For instance, did she start the fire? Oh, it doesn't matter. She's a tough talking little beauty. Thank you for taking care of the bunnies.

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  2. oh such a beauty,hope she gets her forever home soon,xx Rachel

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  3. Such a lot to go through for such a tiny furry girl! Have you tried to get their story on your local news? "Celebrity" strays seem to bring out the best in people.

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  4. A white bunny with a story, a monkey, and a wonderful "fleecie" all in one package - get on it folks - this won't last!

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  5. Hi guys, we have thought about making #1 famous and getting her out there and adopted. Due to the nature of the fire, there is an investigation. A family member started the fire.They lost 5 rabbits the night of the fire and one the next morning due to stress and smoke inhalation. Some were unrecognizable during the fire. They also lost their birds and their medical needs cat. Their dogs were also badly burned during the fire.

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  6. Angela, please accept my apology for my earlier post. I somehow didn't understand the extent of the tragedy. AJ

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  7. Aunt Jane, it is all good. Your comment was cute and funny. We have been helping the family with bunnies, getting them dog food and piggie (guinea pigs) food and what not. They've had it rough the past month. I can only image how scared the babies were in the fire. Two of the bunnies only survived a fire burning around them by sitting in peed on hay in their liter box. The liter box melted around them. Took over a week to get them to use their liter box again. We joked that they were sitting on their lucky rabbit feet. So, we've joked about the fire as well.

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  8. Thank you. Is their anything we can do to help?

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  9. Auntie Jane, I know one of my friends I volunteer with is collecting food, clothing and whatever the family needs at her work so that the family can have stuff they lost in the fire. Stuff can be sent to P.O. Box 1262, Fair Oaks California 95628. I know we got 9 lbs of food of Sherwood Forest pellets donated to them from another volunteer for their guinea pigs. We have donated money to them to help defer the cost of their pet's medical expenses. We even set up a GoFundMe for them to help defer the cost of travel for their work and pet medical expenses too. The GoFundMe link is https://m.gofund.me/105k40k. We have collected recycle to donate that cash to them too. Whatever you all want to contribute would be appreciated by the family. The bunnies are having a blast with their short term home and all the free cardboard we can find for them. :-) thank you Auntie Jane

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  10. ... we'll make a post with the gofundme link too.

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