MCRS Adoption Application
Thank you for your interest in adopting a rabbit needing a home! The Minnesota Companion Rabbit Society (MCRS) is a volunteer-based, member-supported non-profit organization dedicated to improving the lives of companion rabbits. The goal of MCRS’ adoption program is to match rabbits with families to best accommodate the needs and interests of both. Please complete the following application so we can get to know you better and to begin the adoption process.
Name
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Address
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Email
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Phone Number
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Best time & preferred method of contact
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Driver’s license or Minnesota ID (will need to be shown at adoption)
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Are you at least 18 years old?
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What are your reasons for adopting a rabbit? (Check all that apply)
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How did you hear about MCRS?
What characteristics are you looking for in your new companion? If you want a specifc rabbit, please include its name.
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Please tell us about the people in your household. Please provide the person's name, age (if minor), relationship to adopter, and their role in the care of the rabbit. Please also identify who is the primary care giver of the rabbit.
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Please describe any companion animals current in your household. (Include an additional page if necessary.)Please provide the animal's name, species, age, and where that animal lives (indoors, outdoors, in an indoor cage, free roaming, etc.). Please also identify if that animal is sterilized.
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Please list any companion animals that have lived with you in the past 5 years but do not currently.Please provide the animal's name, species, age, and where that animal lived (indoors, outdoors, in an indoor cage, free roaming, etc.). Where is that animal now? Please also identify if that animal was sterilized.
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Rabbits can live 12 or more years. Are you committed to providing for this rabbit for their entire life?*
Does anyone in your household have allergies to animals or grass/hay?
Are you willing and able to make accommodations for the rabbit’s natural tendency to chew, dig, etc.?
Under what circumstances would you return a rabbit to the rescue organization? (Check all that apply)
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If your rabbit’s behavior is troublesome, how long are you willing to work toward modifying behaviors?
If you have other companion animals, how do you plan to introduce your new rabbit to the current residents?
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Please describe where your rabbit will spend its days and, if different, its nights.
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Rabbits require regular exercise. How much time do you think your rabbit will be able to exercise in a typical week?
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If you plan to give your rabbit outdoor exercise, how will your rabbit be supervised/protected?
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Rabbits have sensitive digestive systems, so their diet is very important to keeping them healthy. Please describe your rabbit’s daily menu.
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If you have a current veterinarian, please list clinic and name here.
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Is your veterinarian well versed in the unique needs of rabbits?
Different communities have permit requirements for rabbits and limits on total number of animals per household. Are you familiar with your local animal ordinances regarding the following:
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