Mary Hoppins (A268796)
What a peach! Mary Hoppins was brought to the Shelter by a Good Samaritan that had seen Mary around her home in a rural area for at least 5 days. First wow! is that Mary survived. What a little champion. Second wow! is how fabulously sweet and social Mary is. She is tolerant of being picked up and is curious and fairly confident about exploring once she is comfortable in her environment.
Mary came to us covered in tiny ticks and has been given an initial treatment. If she’s adopted as quickly as she should be based on her temperament (not to mention her incredible good looks), her adopters will need to get her a second dose (a topical medication called Revolution).
Rabbits need plenty of attention to proper diet (mostly hay!) and deserve overall proper care like any well-loved creature (which includes routine veterinary care).
We are currently doing adoptions by appointment only and only for residents of Santa Cruz County. Applications must be submitted and landlord permission or proof of home ownership received prior to arranging a meet.
See more information here: https://www.scanimalshelter.org/adoption-application-fees/# or call 831-454-7200 x0 during business hours.
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