Sir Nigel was adopted to Pawsitively Pets, a kid's camp where he will serve in an educational role, teaching kids how to properly care for and handle chinchillas. He has a nice three-storey cage and will be treated very well.
Leonard, our goofy nine-month-old boy, got adopted to a wonderful home. They were rabbit experienced, with a good vet and Leonard will live in a nice big pen.
The day after Leonard went, we had three rabbit adoptions in one day. I think that's a new record! First, Whisper was adopted as a young girl's first rabbit. Whisper is a quiet, easy-going young rabbit and I think it was a very good match. And then, much to my utter astonishment, Honey and Mochaccino were adopted - together! Never in a million years did I think they'd get adopted together. They went to a very rabbit-experienced home, and basically won the lottery in terms of adopters.Olive was finally adopted over the weekend. I was beginning to think our grumpy girl would be stuck with us forever, but she was adopted to a family that had had rabbits before, and presumably knew what they were getting themselves into.
We've also had some transfers, as Cornelius and my dear Abeline were sent to Rabbit Rescue. Cornelius was adopted immediately (someone had wanted to adopt him from us, but he'd already been transferred), but unsurprisingly Abeline is still waiting. At least she's in a foster home now!
Of course, surprise, surprise, we have new rabbits (and birds), but at least we have space for them now!