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ARPRN Adoption Application
for Arkansas pet rabbit network
Name, address, phone, and EMAIL
Vet's name and number
Do you rent or own? If you rent, which complex do you live in? Do you have permission from apartment management to have a RABBIT (not just a pet) in your home?
Who all is in the family (or shares your home)? Please give the names and ages of any children, and what part they are playing in getting rabbits (i.e., rabbits are primarily for this child, or this child wants to be able to carry the rabbits around, etc.) *Are all of the adults in the family in agreement about getting a house rabbit?
If you have children (or might in the future), do you understand and agree that: Children, even teenagers, lack the maturity to take full responsibility for the well-being of a living animal, and you will be primarily responsible for feeding, cleaning, grooming, and giving physical affection to the rabbits, for their entire lives, even if the children lose interest in the rabbits or leave home?
Have you had other animals in the last 10 years? If so, what kind of pets are/were they? What happened to them (please be specific – did you give them away, did they pass away, etc.)? Do you have some idea what having a house rabbit will entail or would you like us to send you a short summary of basics?
Have you ever had a rabbit before?
yes, still have it
yes, but it has passed away
no, never had one
If you have a rabbit currently, is it spayed or neutered? It must be fixed in order to successfully bond to a second rabbit. If you need help getting your rabbit fixed, just let us know!
yes, already fixed
no, don't have a rabbit
no, but will get it fixed prior to adding a second rabbit
Rabbits are a lot of work and vet care can be expensive. Are you prepared to deal with unexpected vet costs? Do you have several hours a day to give the rabbit exercise and attention?
Where in your home would you keep the rabbits' own home? We recommend that rabbits be in a family room or kitchen--somewhere where the people in the home tend to spend most of their time, so that even when the rabbits aren't out, they can be part of what's going on. Please don't assume that a cage you have used in the past will be considered adequate by us, as our rabbits are used to very roomy accommodations!
and let us know if you have any more questions about rabbit care or behavior before adoption!
Which rabbit or rabbits are you interested in adoption?
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