The following is a list of the bunnies we have helped over the years. If you love reading about success stories, this page is for you!
Mr. Pants was one of a large group of bunnies brought into HAS . We named him Mr. Pants because he was a bit feisty and made it clear that he would wear the pants in any relationship. He was adopted by two artists who loved his crazy name and his spirited personality.
Mrs. Brighton, or just Mrs. B, is an energetic Rex girl who was found as a stray in a trailer park. She was a favorite of all the park’s children, who carried her around and loved on her until she was rescued by two caring women from Forgotten Felines. They knew that running loose in an area with lots of stray dogs and cats was no life for a bunny. We took her into foster care shortly after that, and were puzzled by her overly energetic behavior. Blood work showed that Mrs. B has a thyroid problem, and we decided to keep her with us for a few months to see how her condition progressed. It soon became obvious that with her energetic, friendly personality and her comfortable way with all kinds of people she was a natural as an Education Bunny. Mrs. B now lives at the main foster home in a deluxe three story condo, and has a wardrobe of tutus and several tiaras she enjoys wearing, as well as a loving staff to help her with her Education Bunny duties.
Minnie was one of the second of two large groups of bunnies who were brought into HAS in 2010 (see Bianca, above). She was a gorgeous Harlequin girl who was adopted with her sister, Pearl, to a kind woman in Hazel Green.
Mocha was an adorable Silver Marten boy who came into HAS as a discarded Easter bunny. We took him in soon after. He was such a handsome and funny little guy that he was quickly adopted.
Moxie, a Havana girl, was one of five bunnies abandoned in a back yard when their people moved away. By the time they were rescued two of the bunnies had died and the other three were emaciated. We got her and and her friends the vet care they needed, and all three became healthy, happy bunnies. Despite a personality that matched her name, Moxie found the perfect adopter and became the boss of her forever home.
Every once in awhile we take in an “honorary bunny”, and Nadine and her kittens were some of our sweetest. They were brought into HAS when the kittens were just a few days old and stayed with us until the kittens were old enough to be adopted out. Nadine was an awesome mother. We made sure they had plenty of catnip mice and introduced them to chasing laser pointers before they went to their new homes.
Ollie, an English Spot boy, was one of five bunnies abandoned in a back yard when their people moved away. By the time they were rescued two of the bunnies had died and the other three were emaciated. We got him and his friends the vet care they needed, and all three became healthy, happy bunnies. Ollie was a sweet boy who was adopted by a family who loved him so much they even decorated his pen for Christmas!
Opal was in the second of two large groups of bunnies who were brought into HAS in 2010. She was a lovely and funny Silver Fox girl.
Pearl was one of the second of two large groups of rabbits who were brought into HAS in 2010. She was a pretty Himalayan girl who was adopted with her sister Minnie to a kind woman in Hazel Green.
Persephone, an English Spot girl, was found running loose in New Market with four other younger rabbits and an older bunny just before Easter. We have reason to believe they were going to be sold as Easter bunnies until the breeder realized this was against the law and released them. Persey’s happy-ever-after came when she was adopted as a companion for a little lop guy named Ben.