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Against All Odds Rabbit Rescue

Reasons to adopt:

Offer Animals New Hope - Many pets are victims of circumstance - moving, allergies, lack of forethought & deserve a new home. These bunnies bring you unconditional love & companionship. Be a bunny hero! Adopters are heroes in the battle against pet overpopulation & to their new pet!

Adoption fee's for adopting rabbits vary & will be discussed during the first meeting. We do ask for a minimum donation of $50 to help cover vet costs.

Donations are gladly accepted so that we can continue to provide the best care possible for all rabbits as well as getting them spayed & neutered before going to their new homes as well as any other vet costs they may have.

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Rabbits for adoption!

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Ariel
Name: Ariel
Gender: Doe (To be spayed when old enough)
Breed: Dutch
Age: Born Approx May 20, 2017
Intake Date: June 29, 2017
Is this rabbit good with the litter box?: Decent (Still a baby, so we’re working on it)
Would this rabbit be a good candidate for bonding?: Possibly, after she's spayed.
Is this rabbit social with people?: Ariel is a quiet bun, a little timid with new people but warms up quickly. She’s more reserved then most of her siblings, but is still very sweet and likes to explore.
Is this rabbit a chewer?: At this age, they’re all chewers!
Is this rabbit good with other animals?: Ariel is a bit more timid around animals bigger then her, but with some time to adjust, as long as the other animal isn’t too rambunctious or loud she will likely do fine.

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Calypso
Name: Calypso
Gender: Spayed Doe
Breed: Mini Lop
Age: Adult
Intake Date: June 3, 2017
Is this rabbit good with the litter box?: No. For more info, please contact us!
Would this rabbit be a good candidate for bonding?: Likely not.
Is this rabbit social with people?: Calypso tends to be a little more unsure of people and is quite territorial, so it’s recommended she got to someone with more experience with rabbits.
Is this rabbit a chewer?: Not with proper rabbit proofing.
Is this rabbit good with other animals?: Calypso can be a little defensive and scared when it comes to other animals, unless you have very calm animals in your home used to rabbits, we would not recommend bringing her home.

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Carl
Name: Carl
Gender: Buck (To be neutered when old enough)
Breed: Dutch
Age: Born Approx May 20, 2017
Intake Date: June 29, 2017
Is this rabbit good with the litter box?: Decent (Still a baby, so we’re working on it)
Would this rabbit be a good candidate for bonding?: Possibly, after neutered.
Is this rabbit social with people?: Carl is friendly, but a little more wild then his brothers and sisters, he hates being picked up and handled. He is a rabbit that prefers all four feet on the ground but he is more than happy to come and explore people.
Is this rabbit a chewer?: At this age, they’re all chewers!
Is this rabbit good with other animals?: With proper introductions, Carl would likely do fine

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Davos
Name: Davos
Gender: Buck (To be neutered when old enough)
Breed: Dutch
Age: Born Approx May 20, 2017
Intake Date: June 29, 2017
Is this rabbit good with the litter box?: Decent (Still a baby, so we’re working on it)
Would this rabbit be a good candidate for bonding?: Possibly, after neuter.
Is this rabbit social with people?: Davos is quite social, likes people and likes exploring.
Is this rabbit a chewer?: At this age, they’re all chewers!
Is this rabbit good with other animals?: Davos takes everything pretty well, so with proper introductions he will likely do well.

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Drogo
Name: Drogo
Gender: Buck (To be neutered when old enough)
Breed: Dutch
Age: Born Approx May 20, 2017
Intake Date: June 29, 2017
Details to follow.Is this rabbit good with the litter box?: Decent (Still a baby, so we’re working on it)
Would this rabbit be a good candidate for bonding?: Possibly once neutered. Contact us for more info.
Is this rabbit social with people?: Drogo is quite social and sweet, more laid back then most of his siblings.
Is this rabbit a chewer?: At this age, they’re all chewers!
Is this rabbit good with other animals?: Drogo would likely do fine with proper introductions

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Hope
Name: Hope
Gender: Spayed Doe
Breed: Flemish Giant
Age: Approx 2 years old
Intake Date: June 21, 2017
Is this rabbit good with the litter box?: Yes
Would this rabbit be a good candidate for bonding?: No, she would not. Hope suffers from chronic respiratory infections that she is being treated for, but she may carry for the rest of her life so she would be best suited for a single bunny home, or companion to a rabbit that has the same problem.
Is this rabbit social with people?: She is very people friendly and likes being around them! She’s rather sweet and enjoys head rubs and naps.
Is this rabbit a chewer?: Yes! Proper housing and supervision are a must for Hope!
Is this rabbit good with other animals?: Hope is pretty mellow so with proper introductions, should do just fine.

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Indiana
Name: Indiana
Gender: Doe (To be spayed when old enough.)
Breed: Dutch
Age: Born Approx May 20, 2017
Intake Date: June 29, 2017
Is this rabbit good with the litter box?: Decent (Still a baby, so we’re working on it)
Would this rabbit be a good candidate for bonding?: Possibly, after she's spayed.
Is this rabbit social with people?: Indiana is very adventurous and loves to explore, this leads to her being a little more independent as she’s curious and wants to investigate everything but she is not antisocial, she will come and spend time with you but on her terms.
Is this rabbit a chewer?: At this age, they’re all chewers!
Is this rabbit good with other animals?: Indiana is very confident, with proper introductions she will likely do very well!

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Khaleesi
Name: Khaleesi
Gender: Doe (To be spayed when old enough)
Breed: Dutch
Age: Born Approx May 20, 2017
Intake Date: June 29, 2017
Is this rabbit good with the litter box?: Decent (Still a baby, so we’re working on it)
Would this rabbit be a good candidate for bonding?: Possibly, after she's spayed.
Is this rabbit social with people?: Khaleesi is a little on the timid side when first meeting people but she warms up quickly. She’s a sweet rabbit.
Is this rabbit a chewer?: At this age, they’re all chewers!
Is this rabbit good with other animals?: Khaleesi is a little timid and unsure, so it may take her a while to adjust to an animal bigger then herself but with time we think she would be fine with them.

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Mikah
Name: Mikah
Gender: Spayed Doe
Breed: Holland Lop Cross
Born: September 14, 2014
Intake Date: October 31, 2014

Meet Mikah, a very sweet little special needs rabbit who is looking for a home to suit her very specific needs.

Mikah was a transfer from Red Deer at another rescue who did not have space for her and her siblings. Her mother had been surrendered there after being dumped off by a petting zoo that was done business for the season and wanted to get rid of their 25 bunnies. Mikah was then born while with her foster there, while her mother was still nursing a previous litter.

Mikah began to develop rather severe cataracts at a very young age. They developed very quickly and soon began taking away her vision. We opted to take her to an eye specialist for care and it was decided the best thing for Mikah was to attempt to remove the cataract in her eye to relieve the pressure from the cataract as well as hopefully save her vision.

We did the surgery in her right eye, the one that was worse off, and discovered the cataract had actually opened at the back of it and was releasing debris in to other parts of her eye and causing chronic inflammation, making the risk of glaucoma quite high. The surgery went well and all the debris was removed, she came out of the surgery able to see again. Unfortunately, as her eye healed, the scarring was worse then originally anticipated causing a tightening of the retina and eventually, a tear which took away her vision in that eye once more. She is now blind in her right eye and only able to see shapes and light through her left.

The surgery did dramatically reduce the risk for glaucoma and other problems from developing in her right eye, but she is on eye drops for life in her left eye. Right now she receives anti-inflammatory drops a number of times a week to prevent the cataract in the remaining eye from worsening and to help prevent glaucoma from developing.

Despite not having much for vision, she is a very sweet girl who enjoys people and would likely be a good bunny for bonding.

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Moana
Name: Moana
Gender: Doe (To be spayed when old enough)
Breed: Dutch
Age: Born Approx May 20, 2017
Intake Date: June 29, 2017
Is this rabbit good with the litter box?: Decent (Still a baby, so we’re working on it)
Would this rabbit be a good candidate for bonding?: Possibly, after she's spayed.
Is this rabbit social with people?: Moana is very laid back and easy to handle. This leads to her being fairly cuddly right now, but many babies are and she may grow out of it (She also may not!). Out of her litter, she is the most easy going of the babies and generally likes people.
Is this rabbit a chewer?: At this age, they’re all chewers!
Is this rabbit good with other animals?: Moana is very mellow, with proper introductions she will likely do well!

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Tonks
Name: Nymphadra Tonks
Gender: Spayed Doe
Breed: Flemish Giant
Age: January 14, 2017
Intake Date: June 17, 2017
Is this rabbit good with the litter box?: Yes!
Would this rabbit be a good candidate for bonding?: Tonks is fairly territorial and rather bossy, so she would need a rabbit that is laid back and calm.
Is this rabbit social with people?: Extremely! Her foster can hardly get away from her, she always wants attention and can be a bit on the needy side. If you’re looking for a people social bun, she is the one for you!
Is this rabbit a chewer?: She is, although it’s not overly hard to dissuade her with proper bunny proofing.
Is this rabbit good with other animals?: Tonks loves just about everything and everyone. As long as they are good with her, she is likely good with them.

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Adoption Pending

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Eloin
Name: Eloin
Gender: To be spayed July 31, 2017
Breed: Dutch
Age: Adult
Intake Date: June 29, 2017
Would this rabbit be a good candidate for bonding?: Unknown. She was only recently spayed and has not been introduced to other rabbits.
Is this rabbit social with people?: Extremely! She is a very active and happy rabbit, and is always eager to greet people.
Is this rabbit a chewer?: She has not shown herself to be destructive, but she is very active and smart, so if she does not have enough stimulation we do think she has the potential to be.
Is this rabbit good with other animals?: She is a very confident rabbit, with proper introductions she will be.

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Pantaloons
Name: Pantaloons
Gender: Doe (To be spayed when old enough)
Breed: Dutch
Age: Born Approx May 20, 2017
Intake Date: June 29, 2017
Foster to Adopt Date: July 25, 2017

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Not currently for adoption.

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Clyde
Name: Clyde
Gender: Neutered Buck (Neutered in 2010)
Breed: Mini Rex
Age: Born 2007
Intake Date: April 29, 2017

Meet Clyde

Clyde is an approximately 10 year old neutered male that will be one of our permanent fosters.

We met Clyde a few years ago when he was taken in by someone who had adopted from us previously. However she was unable to keep them and he has been bounced around quite a bit since. He had originally been with his bondmate, Bonnie, whom he was extremely close with but we learned sadly passed away a few months ago. Yesterday I saw a post online and immediately recognized Clyde. Knowing that he had health problems, we just knew we had to help him, especially after learning he had lost Bonnie.

He had his vet visit tonight (April 20, 2017) and sadly he has more problems then we initially realized.

He has his respiratory issues, which we knew were a problem so we had a culture done and should be getting results soon, but to do it the vet had to do a flush through the tear duct and they had a hard time doing it due to the swelling and build up in the duct itself. Luckily his lungs were clear.

His eyes are occasionally quite bulgy, which is due to a problem with blood pressure. They bulge quite a bit whenever he gets stressed or is in a certain position. His heart has a noticeable murmur, and when we did x-rays it revealed there are two masses in his chest. Whether they are tumors or abscesses we aren't sure, the only way to be certain is an ultrasound or CT scan which was are not willing to subject him to at this point considering his age and condition.

The second the vet went to palpate his bladder he reacted very strongly, and peed a large amount as well as sludge. X-rays revealed a fair bit of sludge in his bladder and a likely UTI as well.

His rear end was matted with pee so it was shaved, the tail took a while because it was so rock hard. They had to try cleaning it before they could get the blades through.

Overall, Clyde is in need of some serious TLC but some of it can be hopefully worked with and managed, so we're going to get him as healthy as he can so he can live out his last few months/years in a good home. We feel like he deserves at least that much.

Update May 1, 2017:

We did get Clyde's results back from his culture and it was not what we were expecting. The bacteria that grew in the culture was Pseudomonas Aeruginosa as well as Enterobacter Cloacae, a strain that does not have many medications effective against it, and even fewer still that can be given to rabbits. He's starting his new antibiotic, which hopefully he will respond to positively.

On the upside, his urine seems to have improved and his bladder felt better, as well as having quite a bit more energy for this vet visit then his last so he seems to be feeling better!

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