Buckeye House Rabbit Rescue is having their seventh annual holiday raffle! All of the proceeds go directly to the foster program and will help ensure that the needy, homeless bunnies in their care will have a safe, happy holiday season while awaiting their forever home.
Tickets are one dollar each and you may purchase as many as you like. Simply send your check or money order to Buckeye House Rabbit Rescue, indicating that the money is for the raffle. Entries must be postmarked no later than Dec. 8, 2012. Include your phone number and email (if available). Mail your request to Buckeye HRS, P.O. Box 5767, Athens, OH 45701. If you would like, you can also use PayPal for ticket purchases of $5 or more.
Check out the slideshow to see what the lucky winners will receive in time for holiday gift-giving: a beautiful framed print, a ceramic bunny night-light, and an Oxbow gift basket with treats, pellets and two kinds of Oxbow hay!
The Buckeye House Rabbit Society is based in Athens, Ohio and is an Ohio chapter of the National House Rabbit Society. Buckeye HRS has official representatives in Athens, Canton, Cincinnati, Fremont/Toledo and Cleveland, and has a growing number of volunteers in the Dayton area and other various locations around the state. The Buckeye House Rabbit Society endeavors to provide the public with the most current information about adopting and caring for indoor companion house rabbits.
When rabbits run out of time at animal shelters or when shelters can’t handle necessary medical treatments, the Buckeye House Rabbit Society steps in. All rabbits who come under the care of the Buckeye HRS are spayed or neutered, and any physical problems are treated. All HRS rabbits are spayed/neutered, litter box trained, and socialized. Medical care is by far their greatest expense, what with hospital stays, veterinary office visits, diagnostics such as x-rays, ultrasounds, lab work (including biopsies) and surgeries.
Purchase some tickets for the holiday raffle – raffle tickets would make a nice early-holiday gift for a friend, too – and help out the bunnies at the Buckeye HRS.
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