Adoptable Animals of the Week: Mona and Lisa
on January 11, 2011
Oakland North is continuing with our new feature. Every Tuesday, Oakland Animal Services will spotlight an “Animal of the Week” that’s up for adoption at their facility. This week it’s Mona and Lisa:
Mona and Lisa are one-year-old sisters and are very sweet and active. Mona has more black spots and Lisa tends to be more curious than her sister. Since they are bonded rabbits, they spend lots of time cuddling and grooming each other. Two bunnies are actually much easier to take care of than one because they keep each other company; they also share a litter box and take up the same amount of space as one. Rabbits do better with children over the age of eight. They must live indoors and be a part of the family. Please consider giving Mona and Lisa a home. To see more photos and a video of them, click here. Their adoption fee includes spaying and routine shots. Visit Oakland Animal Services at 1101 29th Avenue, Oakland, CA and ask to see Mona and Lisa. You can also visit www.oaklandanimalservices.org.
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.
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