Poor bunny, wish I could take her. I find it so sad how many people get bunny or allow their child to get a bunny shortly before they're going to go to college and have no plans for what they'll do for the bunny at that time.
I know what you mean! I fostered one other and if it would've taken any longer to find someone, i would've gotten very attached. She was a sweetheart - found on a city street! It's amazing what people will come out of the woodwork when you're trying to re-home a rabbit!
if I had my own place, i would probably be the same way. My family owns and operate a pet boarding facility and I think it's the only thing that help me get my fix on animals or else i'd be adopting every one i saw.
Wow, thats really cool. I guess it does help get your fix. I work in a pet shop so yeah, I get my fix at work too, especially when we take in rescues. Although I must say, we're getting rescue bunnies into the store... must resist... soooo tough to say no to bunnies....
It always gets my goat when I read, "kid went off to College". If that's how smart they really are, you should point them toward the "fast food industry" and save the college tuition. They had that sweet little bunny for a year! :banghead:tantrum:
I'm in college, I decided to commute 1.5 hours to campus because I knew if I re-located it would be tough to find a good place for my animals to live with me. There are always options if you want to keep your rabbit, obviously they never intended on it being a long term pet.
I'd take in every free bunny on cl if i could. Need a bigger place. Theres so many listed because a child left or lost interest. I feel so bad. I couldn't foster, i'd keep them all. Lol. I love bunnies.