Pet of the Week from the Humane Society of Huron Valley featured on 1290 WLBY
Featured on The Lucy Ann Lance Show:
Meet the 1290 WLBY Pet of the Week, Rexy!
July 25, 2015: Pet of the Week: Rexy – Deb Kern, Humane Society of Huron Valley, along with Dean Erskine – Meet Rexy, a 10-month-old bunny looking for a forever home! Have you considered sharing your home with a domestic rabbit? Rabbits are intelligent, sensitive, and joyous creatures that love to share their exuberance for life with the humans that they trust and love. Rabbits will greet you at the door after a long day of work, sit in a trusted human’s lap, and can easily entertain themselves in an appropriate shelter with enough toys – the best of both dogs and cats! Rabbits are clean and rarely need grooming and can be litter-trained as well. Rabbits are not for everyone, however. These beautiful animals should never be given as gifts and all of the hours of care associated with caring for a rabbit needs to be considered. A rabbit’s trust must be earned, and often young people do not have the patience or temperament to safely and humanely handle a rabbit. Do you have a relatively quiet household that would benefit from a happy, loving, and bright creature to share the space? Do you want to learn the love that comes from a peaceful and gentle rabbit? Please come and meet our homeless rabbits at HSHV! Listen to this week’s interview at the link below for more info about Rexy and other animals waiting for their forever homes who are available from the Humane Society of Huron Valley.
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The Humane Society of Huron Valley is open daily from 12 PM to 6 PM for adoptions. Their low adoption fees include spay/neuter surgery, vaccinations and a microchip I.D., call 734.662.5585 for information. Visit www.hshv.org for more information. HSHV serves all of Washtenaw County, providing: * Food, shelter and care for stray and unwanted animals * Adoption of companion animals * Full service veterinary clinic, including low cost spay/neuter services * 24 hour rescue of injured animals * Cruelty investigations * Trap, Neuter & Return Program (TNR) * Microchipping * Owner-requested euthanasia * Harbor program * Community outreach and education