Update 4/13/10: Video of August with his loving parents – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G5faVzWUPLk
Congratulations to Augusto and his new family! May you share many wonderful years together!
Augusto was mistaken for a wild cottontail rabbit and taken to the SPCA Wildlife Center when he was found stray. He is actually a very tame domestic rabbit who for some reason ended up lost or abandoned.
Augusto has been calling the Wildlife Center home since August, hence his name. He is sweet, loving, gentle, playful, curious, and very deserving of a family of his own to love him. He is a very clean litter box trained bunny. The staff and volunteers at the Wildlife Center adore him and spoil him, and he is most appreciative of all of his toys, soft blankets, apple sticks, salads, and fruit and berry treats! But, what will make Augusto happiest is a real home with a loving family he can bond with.
All Wildlife Center adoptive exotic pets receive a complimentary examination at the Avian & Exotic Clinic in Ryan Ranch. This is also where Augusto was neutered and treated for the minor wounds that he had when he was rescued.
To meet Augusto, please visit or call the SPCA of Monterey County Wildlife Center located at 2 Harris Court in Ryan Ranch, (831) 373-2631 ext. 227; or contact Lesli at (831) 238-5077.