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Special Bunny Adoption Event this month

juno bunny

On a recent summer day, a rabbit named Juno was left at the Laguna Niguel Regional Park Lake. A couple found Juno and brought her to the Mission Viejo Animal Services Center for safety.  When shelter staff discovered Juno was pregnant, she went to a foster home and gave birth to seven babies. 

A home for pet rabbits is a better option than the lake, so shelter staff is hoping to find loving homes for Juno and her babies. These baby bunnies returned to the center and are ready for adoption.  

During this month, all rabbit adoptions are $20 to approved applicants. The promotion includes spay/neuter and microchip.

For more information, call 949-470-3045 or visit cmvas.org

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