Scotch…the rabbit #adopt

Scotch is a big, beautiful bunny who looks like she’ll be so soft to pet.

It’s no secret that I’m a big fan of Scotch, so how perfect to feature a beautiful rabbit with the name Scotch. This big, loving bunny is up for adoption in Massachusetts. She was found as a hungry stray, but is now properly pampered and ready for her forever home. A lot of people think rabbits can live in the wild, but only wild rabbits have the knowledge to do so. Like all domesticated pets, rabbits need a loving home and people to care for them.

Want to know more about caring for a house rabbit? Click here.

GiGi: An Old Girl Needs a Home #adopt

GiGi’s is a story that breaks my heart. She is going on ten, and most dogs over five have a very hard time finding a home. In addition, GiGi has been passed from home to home, one or more that mistreated her. Animal abuse is deplorable, but there are many people and organizations who are there to help. If you suspect animal abuse is happening in your neighborhood, find the local humane organization who can investigate.

Let Me Be Your Chickadee #adopt

Chickadee certainly looks like she likes to chill.

I’m back from a lovely vacation visiting family in the Central California foothills. At some point I’ll get all my pictures downloaded and sorted and will share some either here or on my Facebook page. In the meantime, I want to get back to sharing adoptable animals.

Chickadee is the nickname I use for my cat Lux–well one of them, anyway. All my pets have quite a few. This Chickadee is looking for her forever home in Maine.

Look into My Eyes #adopt

Now that I made it through the April A to Z Challenge, I want to get back to regularly posting adoptable animals from across the country. There are so many animals in need of homes. This week, I found an adorable cat named Max up for adoption in New Orleans. How cute is he? He’s already got the look down that will ensure he gets a human wrapped around his paw!