Oakland North is continuing with our feature. Every week, Oakland Animal Services will spotlight an “Animal of the Week” that’s up for adoption at their facility. This week it’s a rabbit named Flapjack.
Flapjack, a Himalayan boy rabbit, and his brother Joey, an all-white boy rabbit, were rescued from a flea market. Their feet and tail were dyed pink, either on purpose or from sitting on the pink section of the SF Chronicle. The pink fur has grown out and now they are happy and healthy. Flapjack is little more cautious than the normal bunny because he is most likely blind in his left eye, which is clouded over. He will appreciate a quiet and patient home. He has lots of energy and loves to “binky.” As a long-time resident at the shelter since January, 2012, his adoption fee will be waived to a qualified home! His new family will also
receive a thank-you gift basket filled with bunny care goodies.
You can learn more about Flapjack by going to his Petfinder profile at:
http://www.petfinder.com/petdetail/22616757 or visit Oakland Animal Services at 1101 29th Avenue, Oakland, CA.
Part of the Oakland Police Department, Oakland Animal Services is both an Animal Control unit–which is in charge of the city’s public safety and animal welfare–and a shelter, which helps abused, neglected and abandoned animals within its facility.