Thursday, June 2, 2011
My near-starvation is becoming just a distant memory now.
We rescued Heathrow from a city park known for a large coyote population. He was emaciated and starving.
Domesticated bunnies cannot survive on their own, yet they are released in countless numbers into parks and golf courses when they are no longer wanted, perishing to the elements or becoming an easy meal to a coyote or bird of prey.
Heathrow is one of the lucky ones to have survived such reckless treatment and he is now in the safety of Nevada SPCA. But he needs a loving, forever home of his own.
Heathrow is an American breed rabbit, neutered boy, 1 year of age. He is well-behaved and very sweet and handsome.
June is Adopt-A-Lovebug month at Nevada SPCA, so his adoption fee has been reduced to $20 (from $35) and he is ready for adoption today. Please visit and ask for him by name.