Andrew and Eddie, seen here on Thursday, May 13, 2021, are two rabbits who are up for adoption at the Chilliwack SPCA. (Jenna Hauck/ Chilliwack Progress)

Andrew and Eddie, seen here on Thursday, May 13, 2021, are two rabbits who are up for adoption at the Chilliwack SPCA. (Jenna Hauck/ Chilliwack Progress)

VIDEO: Find Me My Furever Home – Andrew and Eddie at the Chilliwack SPCA

These two rabbits were living in poor conditions when the SPCA rescued them

Find Me My Furever Home is a weekly video featuring animals up for adoption at the Chilliwack SPCA. It is put together by The Progress in partnership with the Chilliwack SPCA.

Some rabbits who were recently rescued by the SPCA are now looking to be adopted. Eddie and Andrew are two of them and they were brought in to the Chilliwack branch of the SPCA.

“Eddie and Andrew came to us from a really rough situation. They were in really poor conditions,” said Chloé MacBeth, branch manager with the Chilliwack SPCA.

But despite how they were treated, these two are “remarkably social,” she added.

They’re eating well and putting on weight. Eddie and Andrew are currently going through a two-week quarantine for rabbit hemorrhagic disease (RHD).

Eddie, seen here on Thursday, May 13, 2021, is up for adoption at the Chilliwack SPCA. (Jenna Hauck/ Chilliwack Progress)

Eddie, seen here on Thursday, May 13, 2021, is up for adoption at the Chilliwack SPCA. (Jenna Hauck/ Chilliwack Progress)

Andrew, seen here on Thursday, May 13, 2021, is up for adoption at the Chilliwack SPCA. (Jenna Hauck/ Chilliwack Progress)

Andrew, seen here on Thursday, May 13, 2021, is up for adoption at the Chilliwack SPCA. (Jenna Hauck/ Chilliwack Progress)

Andrew and Eddie do not need to be adopted together, but the SPCA would love to see them go to the same home.

“Rabbits are very social, so it would be lovely if they were adopted together,” MacBeth said. “Andrew especially because he has a genetic deformity in his front paw, so he’s a little bit of a special bun and he would really love to have a buddy to play with.”

The fee to adopt a rabbit is $80 which is a “heck of a deal” considering they are vaccinated, microchipped, tattooed and will be neutered before being adopted, MacBeth said.

Due to COVID-19, the Chilliwack SPCA branch is only open by appointment. You can call them at 604-823-6612.

If you’re interested in adopting Bailey, or any other animal from the Chilliwack SPCA, call the shelter. You can also go online to spca.bc.ca to see all of the animals that are up for adoption or to learn more about fostering animals.

Eddie’s SPCA ID number is: 528241. Andrew’s SPCA ID number is: 528239.

Missed the last Find Me My Furever Home? Click here to see a video of Bailey.

Ever wonder why, sometimes, the Chilliwack SPCA has no adoptable animals at the shelter? Read about it here: Why the Chilliwack SPCA currently has no animals available for adoption


 

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