Jackie is Looking for a Home With a Lap and Some Grass
You will never have to watch Games of Thrones alone again!
Jackie is your girl.
She is the Tri-Cities Chapter of Little Lives Small Animal Rescue Pet of the Month for December.
Jackie’s a sweet 1.5-year-old Blanc de Hotot/Netherland Dwarf Mix rabbit, who came into the program more than a year ago when her previous owner became bored of his “breeding project.” Although Jackie didn’t have the best care in her previous home, she still learned to trust humans again and now loves nothing more than to cuddle with you on the couch, according to a Little Lives Small Animal Rescue representative.
This little girl has beautiful ocean blue eyes with what seems like professionally done eyeliner! She has been trained to use a harness and she likes kickin' it in the grass in her playpen during the warm months.
She can sometimes be protective of her space so she is looking for someone willing to give her time to adjust and is understanding of her fears, according to a Little Lives Small Animal Rescue representative.
Jackie has been in the program for 14 months and although her foster family loves her, we hope we can find someone that she'll make laugh every day and someone whose lap she'll keep warm for a long time!
The Tri-Cities chapter of Little Lives Small Animal Rescue asks for an adoption fee of $75, which includes records of her wellness exam, proof of being spayed, an adoption booklet with coupons and a rabbit care guide.
Little Lives Small Animal Rescue was founded in July 2016 due to the large numbers of unwanted, abandoned, abused and neglected small animals in the Pacific Northwest.
"We are dedicated to finding permanent loving homes for small animals, to educate our community about proper small animal care as well as the importance of overpopulation prevention and to foster compassion through the lens of education."