Jake A4590855, Male about 1 year about 7 pounds Shelter say I'm very friendly but I'm also very smart, I learned how to unlock my cage all by myself I was found as a stray.
Anthony A45987473 Altered Male Adopted, photo removed!
Crystal A4592782 Female Adopted, photo removed!
Cinnabon A4586046 Male Adopted, photo removed!
Lady Grey A4585975 Female Adopted, photo removed!
I have No Name just a number A4613221. They don't know if I'm a boy or a girl. I'm about 1 years old, not very big, about 6 pounds and I came into the shelter as a stray.
Jake and No Name are safe but need Adopted.
Bunnies At LA County Shelters Right now there are 57 bunnies, 8 Piggys, 8 Hammies and 1 baby rattie in the LA County shelter system. These buns are ready for homes, they will all be spayed/neutered prior to leaving the shelter. If you live out of state and would like to help one of these shelter buns contact us and we can pull the bun for you. Transportation would have to be arranged by you. Please visit the Bunderground Railroad for assistance. If you live anywhere in CA, again we will pull for you but our ability to help with transport is limited but will help to arrange and best we can. Local transport we can assist with.https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Bunderground-Railroad/101587966580411
Too Many Bunnies is the only rescue located in and around the LA County area that is pulling from the LA County shelters, there 6 shelters in all. Even with as hard as we try we just can't pull them all, we need help. LA County are 'KILL' shelters with a very HIGH kill rate. Bunnies in shelters tend to be a little traumatized, wouldn't you be? So when adopting from a shelter please keep in mind that they take a little extra work and it will take time for the bunnies to become comfortable in their new surrounds and for it's personality to fully emerge. So if you don't see that special bunny here at Too Many Bunnies please consider one of these buns shitting in the shelters. You can see all of the available bunnies, piggies and hammies here http://animalcare.lacounty.gov/wps/portal/acc/our_animals/search_results?animalCareCenter=ALL&animalType=OTHER&sex=ALL&breed=ALL&animalAge=ALL&animalSize=ALL&pageSize=15#
The local Rabbit Rescues are Full, please consider adopting or fostering these rabbits and other small animals. Adoption fee at the shelter is ONLY $20.00 and includes Spaying & Neutering! We can help you find permanent homes and even help with the adoption fee. Baldwin Park Shelter,4275 North Elton Street, Baldwin Park, CA 91706 Hours of Operation: Monday- Thursday: 12:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. Friday-Sunday: 10:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
For The Rabbits,