Ms Daisy

Ms Daisy is a young female lop.

Sadly, Ms Daisy has a broken leg. She is currently in foster care healing. We have to confine her to a very small space while her leg heals. We are are hoping that the leg will heal so that it doesn’t have to be amputated.  Ms Daisy is very sweet and really wants to run around.

Once Ms Daisy recovers and is spayed and vaccinated, she will be available for adoption approximately July 2020.

We are not able to resume on site adoptions due to covid19 and due to the Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease Virus (RHVD2) outbreak in California. Read more about RHVD2 here https://rabbit.org/rhdv/
What we are doing is adopting from foster home to adopter. How that works is that you would complete our adoption application and email it back to us http://www.friendsofunwantedrabbits.org/adopt-help/adopt/adoption-application/. You will be called to go over the adoption application.
If you are approved to adopt we will put you in contact with the foster for the rabbit you are interested in to learn more about the personality of the rabbit. We will send the adoption contract for you to complete and email back to us and to pay the adoption donation. At that point you will want to purchase your supplies and get everything set up for a rabbit. You can read more about rabbit care supplies here http://www.friendsofunwantedrabbits.org/rabbit-care/
The rabbit will then be transported to you from the foster home to your home.

4 Responses

  1. We are interested in adopting Ms Daisy. Where is she located? Can you tell us more about her? How old is she and how much does she weigh?
    Thanks, Jill

    • Kimberly

      Ms. Daisy is approximately 3 months old. She is currently in foster care recovering from a broken leg. She is not yet available for adoption.

  2. I would love to look into fostering her. I have a male harlequin Rex, who I’m working on free roaming in my room. He can be very energetic and loves to binky on his rug. I just need to know if she’s aggressive to other rabbits and dogs (who are trained with the rabbits)

    • Kimberly

      Ms Daisy is currently in a foster home.

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