For Immediate Release
Contact: Michelle Pintar
Phone: (414) 431-6104
“Hops” You Will Adopt Him!
– Six-month-old Jonah knows he's special.
That's because this little Holland Lop mix rabbit
was born with something most rabbits don't have
– a left eye that is much smaller than the right.
After his veterinary
exam, doctors concluded that Jonah's condition was
not going to be good for his health. That's
why Wisconsin Humane Society veterinarian staff
stepped in to remove his eye and save him from having
lots of problems later in his life.
Jonah's eye has been removed, this doesn't stop
him happily hopping, cuddling and playing.
The Wisconsin Humane Society staff provided him
with all of the medical support and tender loving
care possible to help him recover quickly.
Despite his disability,
Jonah is a social guy who likes to party.
For anyone interested in adopting a happy-go-lucky
little guy, Jonah is “all ears.”
To learn more about
Jonah or find out how you can adopt him, contact
the Wisconsin Humane Society at (414) ANIMALS.
Additional information about the Wisconsin Humane
Society can be obtained by visiting www.wihumane.org.
Jonah will be available for photos and
filming at the Wisconsin Humane Society on Thursday,
March 16 until 3 p.m., and a Wisconsin Humane
Society veterinarian will be available for interviews.
To talk with a vet, please call Michelle Pintar
at (414) 431-6104.