Bunnitude

June 27, 2017 at 2:18 pm | Posted in rabbit | Leave a comment
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“Allie”

Allie spends most of her day here lounging on the shelf under the table, but springs into action any time a humans comes her way. She’s very much like a little puppy. “Hi there! How are you! Are you coming to pet me! Do you have a treat?” If I’m just passing through, she quickly goes back to napping. “Not going to waste my energy if there’s no attention for me!”

A Healthy Appetite

June 26, 2017 at 2:16 pm | Posted in rabbit | Leave a comment
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“Allie”

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“Butterscotch & Hershey”

Allie is a great eater, which is always a relief. I’ve got two fussy eaters of my own, but Allie eats everything I put down for her. Loss of appetite is a warning bell when they’re sick, so it’s obvious for buns who normally hoover up all of their food. Allie is a good hay eater, also great for her gut health. She even likes the timothy hay mat I bought years ago that none of my buns wanted. You can even take that back to your foster home next week, girl!

Allie is currently up for adoption from the Long Island Rabbit Rescue Group. If you or someone you know is interested in adopting Allie, check out her petfinder page!

Bunny Feng Shui

June 25, 2017 at 10:58 am | Posted in rabbit | Leave a comment
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“Allie”

When bunnies visit, I usually put toys all around the pen. With Allie I made sure not to put too many obstacles in her way that could set her off-balance. She’s pretty good about not knocking into things, but sometimes when she gets excited to see someone, she might tumble back a bit. She spilled her water once before I moved it farther away from the fence.  Once I arranged everything to give her plenty of room to run around, we were both happy. It’s also nice for me to not have to step on and trip over toys!

Allie is currently up for adoption from the Long Island Rabbit Rescue Group. If you or someone you know is interested in adopting Allie, check out her petfinder page!

Low Maintenance Rabbit

June 24, 2017 at 12:51 pm | Posted in rabbit | Leave a comment
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“Allie”

After having her visiting here for a few days now, I can safely say that Allie is a VERY easy rabbit. She’s even easier than some of my own buns! I don’t always know how much work a new visitor is going to require. Some are very low maintenance, others need a lot of my attention and care. Allie is the former and that makes her even more of a joy to have around. She’s a perfect candidate for someone who wants a sweet rabbit that isn’t much trouble. Great litter box habits too, in spite her slight wobble. “I’m a big girl and I know how to use the potty!”

Allie is currently up for adoption from the Long Island Rabbit Rescue Group. If you or someone you know is interested in adopting Allie, check out her petfinder page!

She Wobbles But She Doesn’t Fall Down

June 23, 2017 at 1:54 pm | Posted in rabbit | Leave a comment
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“Allie & Hershey”

Allie wobbles a little sometimes, but at her recent vet visit was given the all clear for adoption through the Long Island Rabbit Rescue Group. She hops just fine and even hopped on tile floor, which not all rabbits are willing to do. She gets into her regular-sized litter box just fine, and has been spending her days hopping onto and off of the shelf under my end table. Sometimes when she periscopes on her back legs to say hello to me, she stumbles a little, but it’s nothing she can’t handle. She’s always eager for a pat on the head, or a treat!

If you’ve had any experiences with the Long Island Rabbit Rescue Group, please consider leaving them a review on their Facebook page! Allie is currently up for adoption. If you or someone you know is interested in adopting her, check out her petfinder page!

Golden Ginger Girl

June 22, 2017 at 2:02 pm | Posted in rabbit | Leave a comment
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“Allie”

Last night I groomed Allie’s face a little. You know you’ve got a good rabbit when they sit still while you pluck fur from their cheeks. This bun is really enjoying herself here at Kamp. She’s got such beautiful golden ginger coloring that you don’t often see on rabbits. Her litter box habits are great, once I moved the litter box to the corner that she wanted it in. Rabbits can be very specific about where they want their bathroom to be. I get it girl, you want privacy.

Allie is currently up for adoption from the Long Island Rabbit Rescue Group. If you or someone you know is interested in adopting Allie, check out her petfinder page!

Pet Me, When Convenient

June 21, 2017 at 1:20 pm | Posted in rabbit | Leave a comment
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“Allie”

I’ve been petting Allie quite a bit and last night I got her to purr. This morning when I came to see her, she came right over to me and let me pet her while she snuggled in. This is such a sweet girl. My mom pet her for a while last night and when she stopped, Allie put her paws up on the couch. “More petting, please.” A rabbit like this is the best kind: loves petting but isn’t super needy. I can go about my day but know that when I have time for cuddles, she’ll always be up for it.

Allie is currently up for adoption from the Long Island Rabbit Rescue Group. If you or someone you know is interested in adopting Allie, check out her petfinder page!

Making Friends with Allie

June 20, 2017 at 1:30 pm | Posted in rabbit | Leave a comment
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“Allie”

Allie is visiting Kamp Kronenberg for a 2 week stay. She’s one of the Long Island Rabbit Rescue Group’s bunnies who is currently up for adoption! She’s a bit of a shy girl, so she’s visiting with me so I can try and socialize her a bit and help her to be a little friendlier with humans. She’s off to a great start already. She let both my mom and I pet her without a fuss and loved running around her pen in my living room. She is also not shy at all when it comes to other rabbits. When I opened the “window” between her pen and my boys Hershey and Butterscotch, she noticed right away and slowly made her way over to see them. Soon she was sniffing at Hershey who was just a few inches away, through some clear acrylic. I think she’s going to have a very good time at Kamp!

If you or someone you know is interested in adopting Allie, check out her petfinder page!

My Two Hungry Hoppers

June 16, 2017 at 1:14 pm | Posted in rabbit | Leave a comment
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“Piper”

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“Hershey”

Piper and Hershey are my two super-eaters. While I often worry about the eating habits of their mates, I never have to fret over these guys. I sometimes wonder what they would be like if they were bonded. I imagine a lot of fighting over who gets the last few pellets in the bowl or the last piece of lettuce. Hershey is pretty bossy and Piper is so sweet. She’s also twice his size, but Hershey tends to use his small stature to his advantage. I don’t doubt that he would sneak underneath her to get a some food. Chow down babies!

Help us Help Ashley the Rabbit

June 10, 2017 at 7:39 pm | Posted in rabbit | Leave a comment
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“Ashley”

I don’t share these often, but this is a tough case. Ashley recently came into the care of our rescue group and we’re doing all that we can to help her pull through and get better. Please share her fundraiser and donate if you can.

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Her Story: In early June 2017, this rabbit was found starving to death, loaded with ear mites. The finder brought rabbit to the Brookhaven Animal Shelter. The rabbit was in G.I. stasis, not eating or pooping. The shelter contacted a volunteer with the Long Island Rabbit Rescue Group, who recommended immediate veterinary care.  This rabbit, whom we’ve named Ashley in honor of the shelter director, was in emergency care for 4 days. Ashley is so thin, her back bone is prominent. We took her into our foster care as soon as she was released from the emergency vet.  She is emaciated, anemic… she is fighting for her life.

Ashley is now living with an incredibly loving foster family, chomping on some good crunchy greens, resting on a soft blanket, enjoying a hay and alfalfa-filled litter pan. She is now a Long Island Rescue bun and this baby will not ever be left to starve or be attacked by parasites again.  But her struggle is far from over.

Please donate and share to help Ashley have a chance at life.  She is on multiple medications and supplements to combat her parasite infestation, malnutrition, liver damage and host of other issues caused by human neglect and abuse.  We need your help to give Ashley the best chance for survival.

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