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Pets of the Week: Blossom the Bunny & Julie the Cat
Baby bunnies may seem like a good spring-time pet, but rabbits are a pet that require special care. They make great pets for the right parent and environment so be sure and do a bit of research. If you are ready for a rabbit, look in your local shelters. There are many socialized, sweet rabbits waiting for adoption like Blossom. Blossom is an adult white and gray bunny who loves to be petted on her head and hop around in the grass.
Blossom’s adoption fee is $30, which includes her spay surgery, a microchip, the first set of vaccinations, as well as a free follow-up health check at a participating vet. New adopters will receive complimentary health and wellness exam from VCA Animal Hospitals. Ask an adoptions counselor for more information during your visit.
If you would like to know more about Blossom, contact the Pasadena Humane Society & SPCA.
Gray and white girl, Julie. Photo by Friends by Harbor Animals.
Julie was rescued from the Harbor Shelter after 4 months and now she is in a foster home waiting for a new forever home. Julie is sweet-natured, social, and likes to cuddle with you while you are relaxing. She is currently in a home with other cats and dogs so she will do great in a multi-pet household. This affectionate lap cat will provide companionship for a lucky companion. Julie is spayed, vaccinated, FeLV/FIV negative, dewormed, and ready to go to a new home today. Please contact Friends of Harbor Animals to find out more.
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