Well, look who made the media! (We hope the 23 other buns we removed from the same house don’t get jealous!)
Look for our gemstone bunnies to meet them all.
Meet some Pittsburgh shelter pets in need of forever families!
This week, 4 wonderful pets are looking for good homes. There’s Sprinkles the cat from Animal Fri...ends, Rufus the dog from Orphans of the Storm (No Kill Animal Shelter), Patch the dog from Animal Protectors of Allegheny Valley and Aquamarine the rabbit from Rabbit Wranglers.
Loads of fun activities for all ages. Come inside and visit the bunnies and keep your eye out for a bunny hopping around outside (weather permitting) to greet everyone. Pssst…Her name is Ruby!
Egg hunt, kid-oriented activities, prizes, and, best of all, real bunnies to visit!
What happens in Vegas isn’t staying there anymore. Four medically needy rabbits are heading our way today. We are excited to welcome them and grateful to our volunteer, Gretchen, for transporting them on the last leg of their journey to us.
But, we’d like to do more…the rabbits are counting on us!
Can you help us free up some space? We need more volunteers to provide foster homes for our rabbits and we need adopters for our rabbits who are ready and waiting for their forever homes. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to get started as a volunteer or to begin the adoption process.
This little one was set free to fend for herself. Thanks to a Good Sam alerting us, we were able to catch Harriet rather quickly. We are working through some issues but she’s really enjoying life being doted on in her foster home. Thanks Bri, for documenting her personality! (We respond to all calls about domestic rabbits running at large - mostly with expens in hand and traps to leave with explicit directions to capture the bunny safely. Seen a domestic Bun in your neighborhood? Call us!)
Aquamarine is one of 24 rabbits that we admitted two weeks ago. She arrived in the worst shape - you could feel every bone in her spine, a cataract in one eye, and missing most of her fur. An endless supply of heating disks, supplemental food and some tasty meds and she was ready to move to her new foster home. Thank you Sandra, for documenting her story.
I fell in love with rabbits when I discovered how resilient yet fragile they were.
Aquamarine is no different. Behind are the days in which she was a weak scary... little bunny.
She has now developed into full a full teenager, with a curious and sassy spirit.
Aquamarine, along 22 others bunnies, is a Rabbit Wranglers 's rescue, out of a hoarding situation.
She was extremely emaciated and partially bald (you can still see the patches on her back).
She has the number 48 tattooed inside her right ear, and it makes me sad to think that all this sass, was simply just a number for someone else.
Aquamarine enjoys fennel, bananas, and carrot tops (organic only, please).
She has already learned to use her litterbox and has had no pee accidents since her arrival.
She loves exploring the living room and doing binkies around the coffee table, and throws tantrums when she needs to be in her pen. She is determined to remain a wild spirit, what a coincidence for her to end up here, with someone who feels just like her!
Yesterday morning, we welcomed 22 new rabbits who were being housed in a garage and were no longer wanted.
The rabbits were transported to Pittsburgh where they were triaged. Animal Friends performed spay/neuter surgeries on the only healthy candidates - 10 rabbits. Then, Rabbit Wranglers’ incredible volunteers answered our call and offered to take the bunnies home to foster.
But, there is much more to do and we need your help!...
We need additional foster volunteers to help those who took multiple rabbits into their homes last evening.
We need monetary donations to help with veterinary costs including spay/neuter surgeries and daily care supplies like greens, pellets, hay, and supplemental feed.
To donate by check, mail it to Rabbit Wranglers, PO Box 8003, Pittsburgh PA 15216
To donate by credit card ...
-- go online by clicking this link: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr…
-- or send money via PayPal to email@example.com
-- or call Alyssa at 412-580-6068.
We need adopters too … not for these – they aren’t quite ready - but for our existing rabbits who are.
Together, we can do this!
Let's do this!
Oh no! Please take note!
Rabbit Wranglers is getting a check for $78.01 from our supporters who changed their shopping for good at iGive. You can help at https://www.iGive.com/RabbitWranglers/?p=20121&jltest=1