These three pets are currently featured pets at the Evergreen Animal Protective League. Take a look!
Bandit is a neutered male bunny, and he’s at least 3 years old, but could be older. He has done much too much moving around! He was rescued by an elderly lady down in Denver, but she had to give him to a kind man when she could no longer care for him. Health problems keep the man from continuing. Bandit likes to be petted and is quite impressive with his litter box using abilities! He needs a good home to settle in so that his personable personality can shine!
Meet Spangles, a young, short-haired torti bobtail. She was neglected and recently had a litter of three kittens. This was her second litter and she is barely a year old. She was a very conscientious mom and her babies were healthy and active and have been adopted. Spangles is quite loving and very playful, enjoying her second childhood now that she’s an empty-nester.
This is Rikki. He is a two-and-a-half year old Papillon mix and weighs about fifteen pounds. His owners had to relinquish him to a shelter due to finances. He is a real love bug and wants to be with his people. He loves to go for rides and is good with other dogs and okay with cats as well as being a great walking dog. He has come a long way and he is having a good time at events getting lots of attention ~ but what he really wants is his forever home. Children should be over 10 due to his size.
Visit the EAPL to meet these featured animals and their friends.