Meet Kobe! A picture of the habitat you plan on using is required before you take Kobe home. Enclosures for Guineapigs must be at least four feet long by 3ft wide, but in this case, the bigger the better! For more information on Kobe or any of the other animals currently residing at the Animal Rescue League of Boston, please contact us @ 617-226-XXXX. The Animal Rescue League of Boston is open ...
Chicken is a adorable boy with an unusual voice, hence his name. He lived with a bunch of other animals and might do well with a guineapig companion and/or small children. Come down and meet him today!
This young boy is looking for a home of his very own. He has lived with a lot of other animals and would do nice with children. Come down and meet him today!
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Meet Barbra! Barbara is a spunky young gal who loves to hop around and tear up phone books. She doesn`t always make it to his litterbox, so she will need a patient family to work with her and help her learn the ways of a litterbox. Rabbit care is fairly easy to learn. Rabbits need an enclosure that is at least 3 times as long as their bodies and ideally twice their body length wide. The enclosu...
Meet Flash! Rabbit care is fairly easy to learn. Rabbits need an enclosure that is at least 3 times as long as their bodies and ideally twice their body length wide. The enclosure should be tall enough that the rabbit can stretch upwards and not touch the top with their ears. If the cage has a wire bottom, it must be covered with cardboard or paper liners. Ideally avoid sheets and towels as som...
Meet Sandy! Rabbit care is fairly easy to learn. Rabbits need an enclosure that is at least 3 times as long as their bodies and ideally twice their body length wide. The enclosure should be tall enough that the rabbit can stretch upwards and not touch the top with their ears. If the cage has a wire bottom, it must be covered with cardboard or paper liners. Ideally avoid sheets and towels as som...
Ferb fourteen Weeks Male Hi! I'm Ferb, a little hamster looking for a nice new home. I came in with six family members and we are all looking for a person or family to give us lots of love and attention. We love to play in the hamster ball or run on a wheel...
Phinneas fourteen Weeks Male Hi! I'm Phinneas, a little hamster looking for a nice new home. I came in with six family members and we are all looking for a person or family to give us lots of love and attention. We love to play in the hamster ball or run on...