Update 4/2/11: Victoria Rose died after declining for a couple of weeks. The vets were never able to determine what was ailing her, and the necropsy showed nothing. We miss her weaving through our legs when we worked in the kitchen and how lovingly she and Travis groomed each other.
Update 8/5/2010: Victoria and Travis are now permanent residents of Friendly Farms.
Travis is a big lop boy who was brought to the shelter when he was just a young guy. He had been living alone in a cabbage field and was glad to finally have a safe place to sleep, some companionship, and something to eat other than cabbage!
Victoria is a lovely New Zealand White girl who was surrendered to the shelter because, not surprisingly, the child she was given to wasn’t able to care for her properly. Rabbits need fresh food and water daily, clean and safe shelter, exercise, socialization and vet care just as cats and dogs do- more responsibility than can be expected of a child.
Victoria and Travis are now a loving, bonded pair, who must be adopted together. They are sweet bunnies who love to be petted, great with their litter box, and will make wonderful house rabbits for someone who will take the time to do some bunny-proofing.
They would be happiest in an adult home or one with older children who will pet them nicely and not try to pick them up. Please contact Friendly Farms if you want to meet Travis and Victoria.