2 bonded rabbits need a new home in Sacramento, California

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  1. Oct 13, 2018 #1




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    Here's pictures for the two.

    One black furred American neutered 4 year old male, and one approximately 1 year old brown and white unspayed female rabbit of an unknown breed. They're bonded together and I absolutely will not separate them.

    I love them very much, but unfortunately due to my family situation I am unable to take care of my rabbits with my own money as I'm not allowed to drive and thus make money despite being 19. My parents are grossly incompetent when it comes to taking care of their health needs, so even though I love them, it is because I love them that I need to find them a new home. My black rabbit, Franklin, has some sort of health condition that needs treatment, so after I convince my parents to get him proper treatment, I will be able to give him away with good conscious.

    Franklin cannot breathe properly for some reason. For at least two days, he has been wheezing and sneezing. He doesn't have any fluids coming from his eyes or nose, so I don't think it's the snuffles, but something else that needs veterinary attention anyway, not conclusions from my google searches. My dad is trying to give him human Tylenol, despite my protests. The last time my brown rabbit Amanda had flystrike/botfly maggots embedded in her skin, my dad insisted a flea spray would fix it.

    I can't afford to rely on begging my parents to give my rabbits proper medical care. They deserve better.

    That being said, I need proof that you are financially stable enough to take in 2 rabbits and attend to their needs. I need proof that you won't separate them and know how to handle bunnies. I don't want my rabbits to fall victim to people who just want to give their 3 year old a gift without taking any responsibility, or to break my rabbits hearts by separating them. I don't want to give them away to some random person who ends up having an allergy, and dumping them in a shelter as was the case with Franklin, whom I adopted. My rabbits stay both indoors and in the backyard, so I need proof of a decent living space where they won't be kept in cages either.

    As for price, I don't know. I just want them to go to a good home and if I said it's for free I don't want anyone to lie so they can get fresh snake food or something. Talk to me and we'll arrange something.
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