Pair of Hearing Impaired Rabbits Help Each Other – VHS Pet(s) of the Week
I’m not making this up: Bonded, hearing-impaired, hermaphrodite rabbits.We didn’t do a rabbit for Easter week, silly me, so we’re doin ‘em now.
Chewbacca and Han Solo are a couple of the rabbits we’ve had the longest, out of our 19 current buns. Chewy is the mottled tortoiseshell colored one in the back, and Han Solo is the dark brown one being nosy & friendly in the front. Han is also a Rex, which is the breed of rabbit with the super soft velvety fur.
These guys do indeed have some male and some female parts. They have been neutered, so regardless of what they DID have, there will be no offspring for them.
They do need to go home together since they are bonded.
They are almost 2 years old and came in on January 29th.
Adoption fee is $100 for both... neuters and microchips included. That’s still a LOT cheaper than buying rabbits from a store and paying to get them spayed or neutered on your own dime.
Only 1 week and 1 day left to make reservations or donate items for Fantastic Pets! You CANNOT pay at the door... we have to turn in the final meal count to the venue on Friday the 10th.$90 base ticket, $125 benefactor ticket. Tables of 10 are $1,000 or $1,250 for businesses.Some cool auction items we have this year: smart home system from A+ Derr, beautiful jewelry from Brinker’s and Goldman’s, a Yeti cooler stocked with booze, partial share at Seton Harvest, more than 30 restaurant gift cards, and tons more!Reserve at VHSlifesaver.org or stop by the shelter!
We now have several litters of kittens in foster care and even a few at the shelter ready for adoption, so the “Kitten Season Please Halp” plea begins now. Foster homes are needed. For kittens by themselves, and also for moms with kittens. Fostering is 100% free. We provide everything INCLUDING food (not all organizations do.) Fostering is also not indefinite with us. The goal is for you to have the kittens as short a time as possible until they can come back to the shelter for adoption — the littler they are, the more people want them. You will not have the same foster animals for years on end.
All the info on fostering is at www.vhslifesaver.org/foster.
Get more info on Iris or other adoptable pets at vhslifesaver.org!