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Adoptable Pet of the Week

Linda


Linda is an older girl who has always been a house rabbit and needs to find a home where she can live inside with her family. Once in poor health and miserable, she is all fixed up now, full of curiosity and ready for a new life. Every rabbit sheltered at B.U.N.S. is spayed or neutered prior to adoption.

Linda
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Linda

To meet Linda and other bunnies, come visit Bunnies Urgently Needing Shelter (B.U.N.S.). B.U.N.S. is a volunteer organization that cares for abandoned rabbits. B.U.N.S is located at the Santa Barbara County Animal Shelter, 5473 Overpass Rd., B.U.N.S. works to find bunnies permanent homes, and educates the public on caring for a companion rabbit. You can call the County Shelter at 805-681-5285 or call B.U.N.S. at 805-683-0521 and leave a message for someone to call you back. For more information, visit bunssb.org.

Lisa Acho Remorenko is executive director of Animal Adoption Solutions, www.animaladoptionsolutions.com

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