Frankie is an older, female rabbit with special needs. She was found outside in sad shape. Frankie has an ear infection and that has affected her balance. Her left hind foot was either injured or deformed so that the toes turn sideways. This makes it very difficult for her to clean her ear on that side and difficult for her to balance to use her left foot to clean her left ear. Consequently her ears have filled up with wax and an infection has taken hold. She mostly moves in a circle and sometimes will fall over. Perhaps Frankie was put outside so that her people did not have to bother with veterinary bills. She will need careful care the rest on her life and can only go to a foster experienced with rabbits. She is very sweet and appreciates affection.
Though Polly was born here she is very shy. She developed a slight head tilt some years earlier and her head has been tipped ever since. She is a clean little rabbit who used to live with her brother, Dusky until he died. Polly is now 7 years old. She would benefit from a rabbit friend. She needs understanding rabbit people.
Bessie and Boots
These little rabbits have found each other at our shelter. Boots is a tan Lionhead and Bessie is a black and white spotted rabbit. Both were badly neglected. Boots has some on-going dental issues and Bessie is just an older bunny, sometimes a little unsteady on her feet. They are doing well but need some special care in that they do not use a litter box. Boots doesn’t eat hay but will eat timothy hay pellets so is getting some hay that way. Boots is about 5 or 6 years and Bessie, we believe, is older. They love each other and spend a lot of time cuddling.
Sunny and Shady
These abandoned bunnies are quite likely a brother and sister. Sunny is a boy in a golden coat and Shady a girl in tan and black. Both are shy. These are special needs rabbits. Shady is physically ok but cannot be parted from Sunny who is a disabled rabbit. He needs soft bedding and regular sponge baths. He suffers from a neurological condition that affects his hind legs. They can be fostered by an experienced rabbit care giver.