Are you thinking about a cuddly, fluffy, live gift for the little ones this Easter? Before you do, please consider the following info from Seattle Humane Society. If you are looking for a lovable rabbit--or other new pet--consider adopting one this year.
The issued the following statement today:
Every Easter, adorable baby rabbits, chicks and ducklings are given as gifts. Sadly many are often abandoned or admitted to shelters when the holiday is over. This Easter, you have a chance to make an important contribution to your children's education by teaching them that adding a pet to the family is a big responsibility.
If your family is ready to add a new family member this Easter, come down to the at 13212 SE Eastgate Way in Bellevue, where our
experienced adoption counselors will help you find the pet that's just right for you. The Seattle Humane Society has wonderful bunnies, dogs, cats, and other critters who can't wait to be part of your family! We are open on Easter from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Rabbits make wonderful household pets. They’re affectionate, playful, social, and can even learn tricks! Bunny care fits into most work schedules as they are most active in the mornings and evenings and sleep through the day and night. Bunnies require a responsible owner who will provide them with a special diet and sensitivity to their bunny-specific needs. In return for your love and care, you’ll be rewarded with a bounty of bunny love!
Visit us online at seattlehumane.org to see our adoptable pets and learn how to be a responsible pet owner.