[URGENT] NEED A FOSTER HOME/ OWNERS FOR PET RABBIT - Toronto

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Johndxu

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kijiji.ca is the best place to post sending away. I don't believe anyone will buy him for a short period of time unless a baby rabbit.
 

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kijiji.ca is the best place to post sending away. I don't believe anyone will buy him for a short period of time unless a baby rabbit.
I don't know, he is only 2 and he will be about 4 if they just foster him for 2 years.
 

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If you can get him to Las Vegas, we'd take him. We've gotten rescues delivered here thru the Bunderground Railroad and also from "Operation Roger"--we are both disabled so we can't travel too far.
Shipping rabbits causes stress for the rabbits
 

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Shipping rabbits causes stress for the rabbits
Larry is well experienced in rescuing rabbits. They've been doing so for decades. The Bunderground Railroad has been used for many years as a way to transport rabbits to a new home. (It is volunteers driving the rabbits relay style -- it's not a literal "railroad.")
 
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Cosmo, who is still with us came by way of Long Haul truckers from Auburn, Ca--he was fine and happy when we got him--not stressed at all. Mr Hoppes was brought to us by a series of 3 drivers from N California via Bunderground and he was also fine--both groups minimize stress and interact with the babies--while "some" shipping may cause stress these were not handled as "baggage"--therein lies the difference. The only problem was they were on death row at the shelters as they were both "biters" and had been returned for it and deemed un-adoptable--only took a couple of days to correct the behavior and they both were great--have told many people that if you don't train your bunny, your bunny will train you. Again there is a big difference between "loving care" and freight and we'd never put any bunny in a stressful situation--why it is called "RESCUE".
 

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If we could bunderground Railroad him to Vancouver Island, BC Canada I might be able to take him, just would have to run the idea past the hubby. I also, know a place here that would take him and he'd be adored.
 

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