On a frigid, wintry day in January of 2008, a group of dedicated House Rabbit Network volunteers rescued Pierce, a young stray, in Plymouth. He is one of many rabbits from the Plymouth Rescue that has been spayed/neutered, and now resides in foster care awaiting adoption.

Even though Pierce survived his first 5 months of existence in the wild without human interaction, he is amazingly sociable! When you approach his cage, he jumps up to greet you, hoping for some attention; he’ll sit there patiently yearning for snuggles. Recently, he joined some HRN volunteers at an Education Event at one of the Especially for Pets locations where he was the star attraction. While sitting in his ex-pen in the midst of the shoppers, he greeted the customers with his sweet out-going personality. He really charmed the crowd!