Adopt-a-Rescued Rabbit Month

The Rutland County Humane Society (RCHS) would like to remind you that February is Adopt-a-Rescued-Rabbit month. Did you know that rabbits are the third most likely animals to find themselves looking for a new home?

Rabbits make excellent companions. They can live eight to ten years and bond closely to their adopters. Quiet but inquisitive, rabbits can also be trained to use a litter box.

To learn more about Ivory and Merlin, the rabbits at RCHS that are looking for new homes, call the shelter at 483-6700 or visit www.rchsvt.org.


8 week old. Spayed Female. Pit Bull.

I am a sassy lassie. Even at my tender age I am a confident and active puppy who will give you a run for your money. I am glad to be here where I have a chance to get on the right track in life and, to help me do so, I am looking for a very special home.


6 month old. Spayed Female. Labrador Retriever mix.

I am a sweet girl who enjoys cuddling and the company of other dogs. I will fit well into a variety of different homes but please remember that I am a puppy and I need a lot of help to grow up: housetraining, exercise, positive socialization, obedience training and love.


8 year old. Spayed Female. Domestic Short Hair Black and Brown Tiger.

I am a big friendly girl whose owner passed away so I am now in search for a new home. My new family will need to help me watch my weight so that I stay nice and healthy. I get along with other cats but if there is a hiding spot to snuggle up for a nap I am sure to find it.


10 year old. Spayed Female. Domestic Medium Hair Black.

Age is such a wonderful thing. I am friendly and laidback and I act much younger than my age. I love to be scratched on the head, very affectionately and I like to curl up on your lap. I get along with all my roommates here at RCHS so adding me to a family would be fine.

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