Lop girl, Gus, and former NMHRS foster boy, Cole, were bonded by a NMHRS volunteer. Cole had been patiently waiting for the right bunny to come along after many, many speed dates.
Cole’s adopter writes: “The bunnies are doing great! They’ve been cuddling under my bed pretty much all week and venturing out to eat and play a bit. They are super cute and really enjoying each other! They even eat together and I caught them snacking on a carrot at the same time yesterday – bunny love for sure!”
Snowshoe was a stray bunny that our volunteer Theresa Michaels took in as a private foster rather than take him to the shelter. After she scheduled and paid for the neuter, we assisted her in placement through our website and events. He has since been adopted by Katherine and now lives with his new friend Jasmine. As you can see, they are much in love!
Albino Lula Jane (formerly Ghostie from Santa Fe Shelter and Humane Society) and her bonded mate, Thumper, are clearly living the good life in their adoptive home. Thumper was born to a rabbit from a large southern CA college campus rescue operation, and Lula Jane was a stray wandering a Santa Fe neighborhood. Found with ticks, fleas and then suffering two bouts of cuterebra, she was fostered and nursed back to health by a couple of our volunteers. A call into the NMHRS helpline requesting a bonding was fielded by yet another volunteer. Finally, a different NMHRS volunteer bonded Thumper & Lula Jane in late 2014. They have been living the pampered house bunny life ever since in their wonderful home!
Stitch was in foster for months before finding a home that only lasted a week because they didn’t realize he chewed things and made noise at night – in other words, he was a rabbit! At last he has found a home where he lives like a prince, and watches TV on the couch at night. Yay for Stitch!