This post is a little late as the holidays have caught up with me. What's a little different this week is we are featuring two adoptable animals, a rabbit named Peter, and a sweet cat named Tia. Both are looking for their forever home this holiday season.

Up first is Peter the rabbit, Michaela Tews has more information about our first featured adoptable rabbit.

Peter is a baby boy who was born on Sept 11, 2021. He is a Lop/ Dutch/ Rex mix and weighs in at 2lbs currently. This sweet little guy is great with cats, dogs, and children, so a perfect fit for just about any family. He is a curious, affectionate, and outgoing bunny whose foster home states that he is such a good boy. Peter is currently learning to use the litter box and earning stars across the board! Adopt Peter at Mending Spirits Animal Rescue for $75 + tax with approved application. We currently have over 20 bunnies waiting for forever families! For more info or to fill out an application here

Peter certainly sounds like he would do well in many different types of home situations.

The second adoptable animal being featured this week is a cat named Tia. With more on Tia, we once again get our information from our volunteer friend Michaela.

If you are thinking about adding to your family for the holiday’s there is no better gift than adoption to a pet in need like Tia here. Tia is a sweet young girl who is a little shy at first but warms up quickly! Check out all the available pets waiting for homes at the Mower County Humane Society here. 

And here's an update on a featured animal, Gwen, who was adopted out not too long ago. It's s great to see adopted animals thrive in their new homes.

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