Saturday, April 16, 2011

Another foster bun

Last Saturday we got another bun from the Humane Society. This guy was picked up by animal control at the local college. He is super cute, in good condition, looks healthy and not scared of his new surroundings. He shares the dining room with the other 2 fosters. I named him Joey. The other 2 hubby named Jasper and Raisin. Jasper and Raisin were shaved and neutered for free as a donation by a local vet. Surgery went well. Vet tec said she has never seen hair mats so bad on a short haired animal. This is Jasper after being shaved. Not a pretty sight. I'm wondering if the yellow is discoloration from being outside for so long, or a natural highlight?

Raisin and Jasper recovering from surgery. They got extra blankets and extra treats.


Anonymous said...

You're so amazing! Thank you for caring for these sweet little guys!

d. moll, said...

What she said. Raisin looks a little like Harriet, mittens and muzzle. My guess is Jasper will shed out whiter.

bunnits said...

Yes, thank you so much for taking care of these little ones.

Rabbits' Guy said...

Don't look BL! NO!

FrecklesandDeb said...

You are such a good person and your buns are so lucky.

I wanted to share that I just posted our Final Adventure on Freckles and Deb. Hope you'll stop by and leave a comment.

Lisa said...

Jasper looks so much better already! And Joey is super cute. You are a wonderful person with the best possible bunny karma. There is a special place in heaven (or whatever afterlife you believe in) for people who foster.

Paula said...

Keating lived outdoors for nearly six months before he was rescued and he was always snowy white so maybe highlights? Nice job, taking in all these lubbly bunnehs. I hope all goes well.

J&M said...

We have taken in a few poorly treated buns whose fur was that shade of yellow. It is likely diet, sun and other things. Good news, all of them shed it out as others have said. Great work with all these buns :)

All Ears said...

I have been looking at your blog. I am inspired by the work that you do and the love you have for your buns and other buns too. I am not a rescuer, but I love rescues. I love them all.
I've mainly just got over some stress related illnesses with two of my own bunnies
Feel free to check them out. The last two posts are about them.
I am going to sign up to follow your blog. Thanks from the bunnies and bunny lovers of the world for the work you do!
Mary Ellen