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Adoptable Pet of the Week

Colbert


Colbert is soft as satin with white ticking all through his coat - quite a handsome boy! Born on 4/1/15, he is still a youngster and is ready for fun and adventure. “Bring it on!” he says.

To meet Colbert 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, Santa Barbara California. 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 BUNS at 805-683-0521 and leave a message for someone to call you back. For more information, visit: BUNS

BUNS will be holding a “Hoppy Hour” on March 26th from 1:30PM-3:30PM on the Santa Barbara Humane Society lawn. Bring your bunny, light refreshments will be provided. $10 per rabbit. Cash or check only please. Your rabbit must be spayed or neutered at least 30 days in advance. Please join BUNS for an afternoon of fun and frolicking! The event will take place on the Santa Barbara Humane Society lawn, located at 5399 Overpass Road in Santa Barbara. For more information, contact hoppyhourbuns@gmail.com

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