Zig and Zag, sibling bunnies, are looking for their forever home. Photo supplied.

Comox Valley SPCA seeking forever home for pair of bunnies

The Comox Valley SPCA has a pair of sibling bunnies looking for a permanent home.

Zig and Zag are adorable bonded silver marten cross siblings who were born in care almost one year ago, and have “hopped” from place to place for their entire lives.

They were born in a foster home in Victoria, traveled to the Campbell River SPCA to search for a new home, and are now in a foster home here in the Comox Valley.

“These rabbits are very lovely,” said Comox Valley SPCA & District Branch manager Ellen Priestley, in a social media post. “They are spayed and neutered and have both been vaccinated against RHD. They are ready for a new home, and they are asking to celebrate their birthday in their forever home!

“They would love a large xpen in a home where they are allowed to explore with you. They have never been outside, so are asking for an indoor rabbit home. We will provide the setup, including litter pans, hides and xpen.”

Can you help Zig and Zag celebrate their birthday with an adoption?

If so, contact Emily Priestley at the Comox Valley SPCA, comoxvalley@spca.bc.ca

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