WTG Tia and Tango! We wish them well in their new home.
We have some exciting news to share! It looks like Tia and Tango, who have been with us for 7 years or more, might have found a forever home and a few new friends! We were contacted by a family looking to bond their bunnies and they were ineterested in our senior couple. A 4 bunny bonding is rare but it looks like it might very well work! All four bunnies went home with each other and we are now awaiting an update to see how they are feeling sharing a home together.
We here at the GHRS are very excited about finding Tia and Tango a home and our fingers are crossed that they have found a forever one.
Original Post: Tia and Tango are about 7 or 8 now. These two are charming rabbits. Tia (brown dutch) is more outgoing and Tango (gray) is rather shy. They are very clean rabbits, and have never had any health issues in our care, which has been for several years now. They love to cuddle with each other and enjoy sitting quietly with the family. Tia enjoys exploring and Tango loves his hidey box. They are both good hay eaters and Tia will dance around your feet at meal time. She loves her veggies. They are never any trouble, get along with well with both dogs (a 50 pound terrier/chow mix) and cats. They have free rein of a kitchen, porch and living area, but they never roam too far and are content to hang out mostly in the kitchen and on the porch. Tia does like to chew on plastic, so one should be careful with protecting wiring. They are only closed in their pen during food times, since the doggy companion will happily share their meals with them if allowed. Tia and Tango are two of the most pleasant rabbits who have ever shared this foster home. They live a quiet life and they would enjoy that same type of lifestyle. There is nothing aggressive about them, so we’re fairly sure that children would be fine, but maybe older children would appreciate their more quiet nature than little ones. These lovely rabbits have been keeping a low profile in their foster home, and have been with the GHRS since they were babies – so at least 7 years. They’ve been waiting for their forever home the longest, please take a second look at these darlings and give them the home they deserve!