Update 1/13/11: Hansel and Gretel have been adopted! Congratulations to them and their new family!
Hansel is a handsome Dutch mix boy, who is ready to settle into family life in a new home. Like most rabbits, it would be best for him to have his own space for when no one can supervise him, and then several bunny-proofed rooms for him to explore when his humans are home.
Hansel will need to be neutered as a condition of adoption (included in the shelter adoption fee). Visit him at Salinas Animal Services, Tuesday through Saturday, between noon and 5pm. Please contact the shelter or Friendly Farms for more information about Hansel. His shelter number is: A061034.
Update 1/13/11: Gretel and Hansel have been adopted! Best wishes to them in their new home!
Gretel is a lovely Dutch mix girl. Her gorgeous dark eyes and luxuriant coat make her one great looking rabbit! She and Hansel make a dashing pair.
Gretel will need to be spayed before going home with her new family (included in the shelter adoption fee). Meet her at Salinas Animal Services. Her shelter number is: A061048. Contact the shelter or Friendly Farms for more information about adopting Gretel.
Update 3/11: Lily has been adopted! Congratulations to her and her new family!
Update 2/10/11: Lily has been transferred to the Sacramento SPCA. Please contact the shelter or Friendly Farms if you are interested in adopting sweet Lily.
Update 2/2/11: Lily is now being sponsored by Animal Friends Rescue Project. Please contact them for more information about adopting this dear girl.
Update 1/10/11: Lily has been spayed and is ready to go to a forever home! Is this little bunny girl going to bring good luck to your home for the Year of the Rabbit, and many more to come?
Pretty little Lily is not looking her best right now! Her fur is stained from her less-than-great former life, but she is safe at the shelter, and looking forward to a new home in this upcoming New Year (it will be the lunar Year of the Rabbit, after all!)
Lily will need to be spayed as a condition of adoption (included in the shelter adoption fee). She is currently at Monterey County Animal Services, where her shelter number is: A102348. Contact the shelter or Friendly Farms for more information about this precious little flower.
Update 3/20/11: Louie has gone home with his new family! Best wishes to all of you for many happy years together!
Update 2/5/11: Louie is now being sponsored by the House Rabbit Society Rabbit Center in Richmond, CA. Please contact them for more information about adopting this friendly boy.
Update 1/10/11: Louie has been neutered and is ready to go home with a loving family! He is a sweetheart who is easy to pick up, and will quietly cuddle under your chin while you hold him. Contact us here at Friendly Farms if you are interested in adopting this darling boy.
Louie is a handsome little bunny boy with a sweet personality. He is looking for a new home where he will have his own space for chillin’, and plenty of fun stuff to do and people to visit with when he is ready for action.
Louie will need to be neutered as a condition of adoption (included in the shelter adoption fee). He is available through Monterey County Animal Services, where his shelter number is: A102379. Contact the shelter or Friendly Farms for more information about this cutie.
Milton was killed by the shelter on 1/27/11. AFRP had already let the shelter know that they were going to take him, and Friendly Farms would have picked him up from the shelter if the shelter had told us that he was on the euthanasia list. We are heartbroken for Milton, and upset that the shelter chose to kill him rather than contacting rescue.
Milton is a very shy boy. He longs for loving touch, but is fearful that he will be hurt again. He came to the shelter with bite wounds on his shoulder and hip. The shelter vet cleaned his wounds and they are healing now. Milton will do best in a quieter home with older children and no dogs. He will be a delightful companion once he can trust again.
Milton will need to be neutered as a condition of adoption (included in the shelter adoption fee). Please contact Monterey County Animal Services or Friendly Farms for more information about this gorgeous boy. His shelter number is: A102350.
Update 3/11: Harvey is now being sponsored by Animal Friends Rescue Project. Please contact them for more information about this terrific boy.
Harvey is a very handsome fellow, with a thick, beautiful coat. He enjoys having his ears rubbed, and is looking forward to being part of a family again. He will make a terrific house rabbit in a bunny-proofed home, with someone who will give him love and respect.
Harvey has been neutered and is ready to go to a loving home. To learn more about him, please contact Salinas Animal Services or Friendly Farms. Harvey’s shelter number is: A060980.
Update March 2011: Dominico has been adopted! He now has an adoring girlfriend and a loving home! Congratulations to all!
Sweet little Dominico has had his neuter surgery and is now available for adoption! Are you the one whose home will be brightened by his cheerful bunny antics? Contact us here at Friendly Farms if you are interested in meeting this special boy!
Dominico is a young boy who has had a rough start in life. He was born in a backyard and managed to escape being killed by the neighborhood dogs, only to be put in a small birdcage to live. The children of the family were not gentle with him, and his front paw was broken when they dropped him during a game of ‘catch’. He did not receive any medical attention, so his paw healed crooked.
When the family got ready to move they were going to leave Dominico behind, but a kind woman stepped in and said that she would help him to find a new home. She took him to the shelter, where she was told that they would not put him up for adoption, so she has turned to us for assistance in finding a loving family who will finally give Dominico the chance to have a happy life.
Our vet examined Dominico and says that he is a healthy boy. His paw will never be straight, and he does not put his full weight on it, but he runs and plays like any other young bunny!
Despite his difficult first three months of life, Dominico is cheerful, friendly, and easy to handle.
Dominico is not yet old enough to be neutered. He will be available for adoption in January, after he has had his surgery. If you are interested in a foster-to-adopt arrangement, contact us for more information.
Update 2/11: Millie and Greta have been adopted! Congratulations to all involved!
Update 12/15/10: Millie and Greta are now being sponsored by Cavy House Guinea Pig Rescue. Please contact them for more information about these darling girls.
Millie and Greta are a fun pair of guinea pig girls looking for a new home. Guinea pigs prefer to live in pairs or groups, so they would like to be adopted together.
Guinea pigs will live for 5 to 7 years with proper care. Here are links to websites with lots of great information on how to house and care for them:
Guinea Pig Cages: http://www.guineapigcages.com/
Guinea Lynx: http://www.guinealynx.info/healthycavy.html
Cavy Spirit: http://www.cavyspirit.com/
Greta and Millie are currently living at Salinas Animal Services. Contact the shelter or Friendly Farms for more information about these darling girls.