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Disabled rabbit pulled from a kill shelter.

Hanna is a bun with no use of her back legs. She was transferred into our care from another rescue due to the medical attention, financial hardship, home care, medical care, educating oneself on the conditions, etc that came along with having a rabbit like Hanna. While in our care we have set her up with regular veterinarian and holistic visits. This is paired with her at home care which includes massage, physio, several medications, and wrapping her legs and feet. She has seen the specialists already and currently we are doing everything we can for her. We have assistive devices for Hanna to help with at home care and getting around. Only time will tell now how much we can recover her. We are in desperate need of funds for her continued care as she received several appointments a week which add up quickly.

Hanna: News

Hanna's Background

3-7 months of age

Hanna was pulled from a kill shelter in Quebec by a rescue. While being aware of her condition when she was pulled, she progressed into a more complex case than what they were able to handle. Unfortunately while in their care she wasn't receiving the necessary medical attention or care that she requires. This sadly led to Hanna going downhill and losing the use of her back legs as a result. We took her over when surgery was required to repair self inflicted wounds while being told there were no funds available to have the wound repair surgery. We could not allow a rabbit to go without necessary surgery to close her leg and repair her severely infected tail. As we saw her health deteriorate without proper care, when the time came where we were offered the chance to take over care, we did so with great pleasure!

Take a look at her early life!

Hanna: About
Hanna: Pro Gallery

With Hagrid's Haven

7 months till June 8, 2022

When Hanna was transferred into our care she was not in a good place. She was barely able to push herself off the ground, splayed front legs, no use of her back legs, was dragging herself around, self mutilating herself on her toes/legs/tail, not on nearly enough pain medication which was causing her to self mutilate, etc.

Thankfully since coming to our rescue she has made HUGE strides in her recovery. She has a medical team in place to provide her with the best chance at a complete recovery. 

Take a look at her progress within our rescue!

Spayed on February 16, 2022

Hanna: About