Aryas

desexed, vaccinated, male rabbit

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During those cold, stormy days a couple of weeks ago, a kind person was alerted to something not being right by her dogs barking in a frenzy outside in the rain. Luckily, she noticed little Aryas and took him in, contacting us for help. We're often at capacity, but one look at this bedraggled rabbit and we knew he needed us. Aryas was skinny and covered in mats, there is no doubt he would not have survived for long in the wild. Lucky he hopped into the right yard, even if his choice of entering despite barking residents is questionable.

Aryas had his full vet work, where the vets also managed to clip off some of his worst knots. Then it was a couple of hours of grooming, and let's face it, he has a bit of hair growth before he recovers his looks and self esteem. However, he is on his way there!

Honestly, I don't know why people keep breeding these highly adorable, long haired bunnies. Sure, they're cute and fluffy to make a quick sale when they're young, but never have I rescued a long haired bunny that hasn't been in terrible condition. I don't know of anyone other than myself who puts the time in to groom these poor bunnies, who rely so much on our combs and brushes. Anyhow, nothing we can do but keep highlighting the need for people to take pet ownership seriously. If you're going to get a long haired animal, make sure you have the time and dedication to keep them at their best.

Aryas is a friendly, outgoing little fuzz-ball, who absolutely loves to get attention. He gives you licks in gratitude as you pull out knots, and is happy to be handled all over. I really hope that there will be someone out there for him, who will fall in love despite the "grooming thing". It is, after all, a great way to bond with your bunny, and is an enjoyable experience for both groomer and the groomed, when done on a regular basis.

Update: Aryas was listed at the beginning of September, 2016, and found a home only one month later. Sadly, almost a year on, his parents are splitting and he'll be returning to the shelter to find a new parent and forever home. This gorgeous little guy continues to be sweet and friendly, and is not going to understand why he's back at the shelter. The sooner he finds a permanent home to settle in, the better.

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Adoption Process

Aryas is available for $130. Learn about our fees and charges. If you have any enquiries or wish to apply to adopt Aryas, please complete the enquiry form below. If you match Aryas's needs, we will organise a meet'n'greet session.

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