2010 Adoptions

We all have dreams and goals. For my foster bun Kirby, it is making it to the Summer Olympics. Kirby is a dedicated athlete and takes his training seriously. His goal of making it to the summer Olympics in 2012 becomes more of a reality each day. With approximately 700 days of training left, Kirby wastes no time perfecting his athletics!
Kirby’s physical talents cover an array of abilities. His favorite is the hopstacle course. He’s also very good at the long jump and tunnel traversing. He has impressive times in the sprint – you should see him run! Kirby is one fast bunny.
Like all serious athletes, Kirby understands the importance of a healthy diet. He stays hydrated with plenty of water, and nibbles on the finest hay and pellets to keep his body fueled. And like a good bunny, he eats his veggies! Rest is equally important; Kirby’s blue fleece bed is his favorite napping spot.
Part of my role as coach/foster mom is make sure he gets the exercise he needs everyday. He needs to be mentally, physically, and spiritually ready for the journey ahead! I cheer him on and pet his head to keep him motivated. And I work to build up his confidence as he tackles new challenges (and provide snack breaks of course).

Any adoptive family would have to be committed to maintaining his training schedule. This bun is going places! Yet the reward for committing to a future Olympian athlete is enormous; he will surely bring you lots of love, joy, and pride. Please consider adopting this amazing bunny!
~Sarah, Kirby’s proud foster mom!

Having moved to Mass at the beginning of February we missed having animals around. We quickly discovered HRN on the web and got in contact about fostering. Before long we were taking three of Petra’s babies home with us; two boys, Io and Nyx, and one girl, Eudora.

While setting up their cage we also gave them a quick rinse in the tub, which they were surprisingly ok with. Dora was beyond brave and went as far as to put her head under the faucet.

For the first few weeks they would be let out together to explore and would often curl up together, all squishing into one basket. They’ve become very curious bunnies who aren’t scared to climb on couches or each others cages and love to eat whatever you give them.

Nyx and Io have both been neutered and are available for adoption!

12/27/08 UPDATE: YEAH, I’M ADOPTION PENDING! Wish me lots of bonding vibes :)

10/3/08: Hi, my name is Lizzie, and I really would like to find a forever loving home! My foster home with House Rabbit Network is a warm, safe place where my foster mom takes good care of me, but it is not the same as having a HOME of my own!

One of my favorite things to do is one of the simplest: cuddle. If you want to scoop me up, wrap me in your arms while you pet me, then go for it – and the longer you snuggle with me, the better.

Of course, I still enjoy my playtime. It’s so much fun romping around, exploring my play area. You never know when moving one of the toys might reveal a hidden carrot left as a treat by my foster mom. Yum! This can inspire me to celebrate. Yup, that’s right – doing the joyful binky dance. I love to kick-up my legs in delight, fly through the air, and twirl all at the same time!

But, most of all, what I really want is to be loved by you! Playing is fun and all, however, I would really rather hop on to your lap for more endless pets.

Well, maybe we could meet for a bit and get to know one another. This might be the beginning of a beautiful relationship! Just call 781-431-1211 and make an appointment with an adoption counselor today. Please, please call soon…….