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Your Name (First and Last): 
Mae Harrell
Phone number (please include area code): 
Species of Pet: 
Pet's Sex: 
Is your pet spayed/neutered?: 
Pet's Age: 
Mini Rex (female) & Holland Lop (male)
Weight (in pounds): 
Does your animal have a microchip?: 
How did you get your pet?: 
How long have you had your pet? *: 
4 years
How long can you keep your pet before surrendering? *If less than one week, please call our Safety Net helpline at 828 761-2008: 
2 or More Months
Why do you need to rehome your pet?: 
Owner Life Changes
Check all the following that describe your pet: 
Likes to be touched
Likes men
Likes women
What is something you love about your pet? What else should someone know about your pet?: 
Nymeria & Pyp are two very sweet, small, indoor bunnies. Nymeria is a mini Rex, and Pyp is a Holland Lop. They are both spayed/neutered, and are a bonded pair. They are litter boxed trained, and very quiet and adorable residents. They enjoy getting pets, eating veggies, and destroying things like old phone books, twig tunnels, and other species-appropriate toys. Both are about 3.5-4 years old, and have a bunch of personality. They keep us laughing and smiling daily with their antics! They come with a custom-made enclosure that my husband and I designed and built (Dimensions 41.5"w x 28" d x 60" h). It is very spacious, and on wheels for easy cleaning/moving. They absolutely love their home, and even when we leave the door open for them to come out, they generally prefer to hang out inside. They have a litter box, food bowl, multiple hay holders, a little wooden hidey-house, and two water bottles, along with some toys. They also come with extra hay, food, and litter pellets for their box. We love our little buns dearly, but between our new work schedules and other changes to our household and routines, we realize we do not spend nearly as much time with them as they deserve, and figured there is probably someone out there dying to love on a pair of sweet little buns like these guys. We will be very particular about who they go to, because they really are wonderful pets, and bunnies require just as much effort and care (if not more!) than cats. We want to ensure that whoever adopts them understands their needs and is able to provide them with the attention and love that they deserve. They also must be kept inside. Please note that while the buns love to be pet, they do not generally like to be held. They are also prey animals, so they can be a bit shy/skittish until they are comfortable with new places and people. They would prefer their new home to be quiet, without loud barking dogs or young children. A rehoming fee of $150 will apply, simply to ensure that the potential adopters are serious about their commitment and care. Please respond with a little bit of information about yourself, and your experience owning pets, or with any questions.
Has your pet lived with: 
How many hours is your pet home alone each day?: 
What does your pet dislike or fear?: 
Loud noises
Where is your pet kept during the day?: 
In their enclosure
Where does your pet sleep at night?: 
In their enclosure
How does your pet ride in the car?: 
Quietly, although they don't like it!
Please list any past or present injuries, treatment or other medical histories.: 
Nymeria had a bacterial infection in one eye, which was removed about 2 years ago
I agree that I will respond to all requests for more information about my pet in a timely manner (Checking No will stop Post): 
I certify that I am the lawful owner of the pet identified here: 

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