BUNNY LU ADOPTIONS INC

Rating: 1 stars   1 review

Issues: Animals

Location: PO Box 1036 Manassas VA 20108 USA

Mission: Bunny Lu Adoptions, Inc. is a volunteer, not-for-profit 501(c)(3) domestic rabbit rescue and education organization located in Northern Virginia. We are dedicated to educating people about the joys of having a house rabbit(s) companion and promoting care that will give those companions the best chance at a happy, healthy, long life. Bunny Lu also provides temporary foster care to abandoned and neglected rabbits and arranges adoptions into loving, indoor, forever homes. While we do not condone the surrendering of rabbits, we understand that providing assistance to those people trying to improve their rabbits' quality of life sometimes requires finding a new home for the rabbits.

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Rating: 1 stars  

When asking for assistance with a large-scale rabbit rescue members of several shelters contacted this rescue for assistance placing some of the bunnies. The responding party, who identified herself as the shelter's creator and director, responded that she would only be interested in helping "highly desirable" bunnies, as determined by their BREED and COLORS. She stated she wouldn't accept injured, sick, or otherwise "needy" animals, nor did she want to take any "less desirable" breeds, especially red-eyed white rabbits or solid color rabbits. We were extremely taken aback that despite all the effort put in by contributing shelters - this particular rescue, who was in no way aiding the rescue or donating money to assist with the rescue or transport, was only willing to offer help by taking the bunnies who would be EASILY placed in homes by any shelter or rescue involved. It was very upsetting that someone who purports them self as a "rescue organization" would reject needy animals based on their LOOKS. Very upsetting.

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