Update 2/5/12: Radar and Roni were adopted this weekend by a wonderful family!
Radar and Roni are a very special pair of bunnies. Radar is quite outgoing and likes meeting people. Roni has a certification from ARF as a therapy rabbit, and she has experience working with patients in a nursing home. She is happy to sit in a lap for as long as you want, while Radar is more adventurous.
Radar and Roni are both around 5 years old and have been living happily together for years. They are mature, stable rabbits with excellent house manners. They would be an excellent choice for first-time bunny people.
From Boris & Natasha’s new family: “Thank you, thank you, thank you for allowing us to adopt Boris and Natasha – now Huo Che (steam train) and Mei Hua (cherry blossom). They have quickly become part of our family and we absolutely adore them (as evidenced by the attached photos . Please rest assured that they will be well loved forever!”
Boris & Natasha are a very sweet pair. They are small bunnies, very cute, and very fond of each other (they spend most of their time smooching). Natasha is the friendlier one, but both are comfortable with people.
Janet was one of the first bunnies rescued from a deplorable situation in Hayward, CA, in 2004. At that time, her hair was bleached (from exposure to the sun) and was falling out (from malnutrition). Even worse, her ears had been chewed in half, most likely from other rabbits who turned on her in anger. And both her eyes were closed, due to infection and injury. There was little hope she could survive.
But survive she did. Four months later, in August 2004, sweet little “Jan-Jan” as her daddies, Chris ‘n’ Todd call her, was adopted, and she blossomed. The scar tissue at the end of her ears were was replaced by white tufts. Her sun-scorched fur fell out, giving way to a coat of beautiful grey-silver. And after many exams and surgery, her eyes were restored as best as possible.
Janet now lives with her “gal pal”, Elly (formerly Valentine). Elly, too, has her problems; she cannot stop her front legs from splaying out beneath her. Perhaps they saw each was a “special” bunny. But whatever the case, they are now best of friends. And Janet, who survived so horrors, now lives a life of luxury and constant attention from Todd and Chris. And, of course, Elly. She is the sweetest, yet bravest, of souls anyone could hope to meet.
From the adopter: “Sweetie and Buddy are doing fantastic! They are healthy, have the run of the house (when we’re home anyway), are jumping, running, watching tv (their favorite show is american idol, strange but true). Very affectionate, feisty, and hilarious little creatures. We feel blessed to have them in our lives. It makes you wonder sometimes who rescued who?
We haven’t had a chance recently but from my wife and I to all of you at the HRS, THANK YOU for everything that you guys do, it is nothing short of being truly amazing!”