Arnold had his cast changed yesterday for the fifth time. Upon X-ray his leg is healing very well. One more cast change in two weeks, then two weeks later the cast will becoming off for good.
Bunny Bunch rescued him from the OC animal shelter after he was turned in from a hoarding case, with a fractured front leg and injured back leg. This poor guy went through alot.
Those of you who have met him know he is the best bunny ever. He is so sweet and friendly. We will be taking adopting applications for him at Bunny Bunch Fountain Valley. You can also fill one out by clicking here.
Because of the Bunny Bunch Angel Fund we are able to save rabbits that would have otherwise have been euthanized. Donations for our Angel Fund are imperative to continue our rescue work.
Please donate by clicking here. You can also PayPal email@example.com. Please let us know in the Paypal comments box you are donating to our Angel Fund. No amount is too small.
Arnold loves visitors so stop by Bunny Bunch Fountain Valley to see him anytime during open hours.
Valentine Photo Shoot & Spa at Bunny Bunch Fountain Valley. 10534 Bechler River Ave., Fountain Valley
Saturday & Sunday, February 4th & 5th: Saturday noon to 5 p.m. Sunday 11 to 4 p,m.
Spa is a $10 donation ($30 value), photos start at a $10 donation.
Plus! Sunday, February 5th….FREE Rabbit Health Seminar with Dr Sari Kanfer. February is Dental month for animals. Dr. Kanfer will be giving an informative talk about teeth. This is a must attend for everyone who has rabbits, guinea pigs & chins.
Health Seminar start at 10:30, reservations not needed.
Dr. Kanfer will be doing health exams by appointment starting at noon for a $35 donation to Bunny Bunch. Call or text Caroline for an appointment. Appointments are limited. (909) 631-9552.
We hope to see you there!
Caroline & the buns.
This rabbit came to me for a tooth trim. When a rabbits teeth are overgrown it makes it hard for them to eat and they can quickly lose weight.
Check your rabbits teeth often to make sure they are wearing down correctly. Most rabbits teeth wear down properly from eating lots of hay. The rabbit in the photo has Malaclusion, which they can be born with, or can develop from an injured tooth.
If you would like your rabbits front teeth checked, just come by one of our adoption centers when I am there. If your rabbit needs a tooth trim text me for an appointment (909) 631-9552.
Caroline & the buns.