Happy 2018!! We start the new year off with 2 bunnies looking for their loving forever home from the Humane Society of Broward County!
Meet Flopsy and Mopsy, six week old baby bunnies in need of a wonderful home. Bunnies are very cute, but they are not a novelty pet. Before getting one, be sure you are ready to make a commitment that can last 8-12 years. Bunnies need lots of Timothy Hay to aid in digestion and plenty of leafy greens, as well as, food designed for rabbits.
The adoption fee for rabbits is $50 and you can adopt two and pay just one adoption fee. The rabbits are spayed or neutered once they are old enough, so you would bring them back as an out-patient.
For more information call the Humane Society of Broward County at 954-989-3977 ext. 7.
The Humane Society of Broward County is hosting a Bunny Basics Class on Saturday, January 27 at 10:30 am. You’ll learn about the best housing for your rabbit, proper nutrition, how to introduce rabbits to each other and more! To RSVP call Carrie at 954-266-6822.
Chance was found by Dalmation Rescue at a city pound in Taebaek Gangwondo, South Korea. It’s a mountainous state, similar to Wyoming in the US.
Dalmation Rescue suspects he was going to be trained as a hunting dog, as there are lot of hunters in that area. A hunting dog’s life in Korea is sooo miserable! They keep the dogs crated in a truck, starve them for days (even without being able to go potty), and make them chase small animals. Not a life for any deserving canine.
Dalmatian Rescue raised the funds to fly Chance from Seoul and now he’s here and ready for love, compassion and a happily ever after furever home. ❤️