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RESOLVED: Rehome - Female Dutch Mix - Memphis, TN

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Snuggys Mom

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I am looking to rehome Penny, my female Dutch mix.

She is four years old, indoors only, spayed, and litter trained. She was bonded with a male who passed away two months ago. She is in very good spirits, and I believe could be successfully bonded to another bunny.

Since my divorce, I can no longer afford my home, and will be moving to an apartment that does not allow rabbits.

I can drive some if a transport can be arranged. Penny has a extra large NIC cage and I can break that down and send everything with her.

She is sweet, loves to be pet, but doesnot like to be picked up, so a home without small children is a must.

Here are some photos:














 

Snuggys Mom

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No, nothing. Craigslist and the shelters here are full of bunnies, and I'm sure it will only get worse now that Easter is behind us.

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Hi,
I am very interested in your rabbit! I live in Memphis and my family is looking to adopt a rabbit. I have been searching for days for a rabbit that would fit in with our family, I had found a rabbit in Arkansas but his foster mom would not let him go without seeing the home first. Which would not have been an issue but it would have been about a ten hour trip for her. So, as I was looking for another option that would fit with our family I came upon this, and was wondering if when I return to Memphis next week (my family and I are on vacation in Florida and will be returning on Sunday) if I would be able to meet your rabbit, and discuss possibly adopting her!
 

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I'm so happy they agreed to take Penny. They've really done their research. I think Penny will be really happy with them.

I gave them a list of her likes and dislikes, and showed them how to trim her nails.

They said I could visit anytime. I feel really good about this. I'll miss Penny, but I know she's in good hands.
 

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I'm sorry you had to let Penny go, Laura, but I'm so pleased that you found her a good home. How great that you will be able to visit her, and keep in touch with how she is doing :)

Jan
 

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Thank you so much! We absolutely adore her! My room has officially been turned into a bunny playground! :) my mom and I sit and watch her for hours! She is becoming more and more social every time we let her out, which is quite a lot. mom let's her out several times while I'm at school, and she is out from when I get home til I go to sleep. I'll post some pictures of soon! And feel free to come by any time!!
 

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Aw, Mandy, I'm sure Penny is in heaven with all the attention you're giving her.

I couldn't be happier. She couldn't have found a better home.

Thank you.

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Wow, what a great play area she has :)

I love the look on her face in the last pic - it's like "Hmmm, what shall I play with first?" :D

Jan
 

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