"What you do makes a difference, and you have to decide what kind of difference you want to make."
Meet Willow. She was turned in to Animal Control and taken in by our local HRS. Little did anyone know she was not only homeless, but pregnant. Only a few days after arriving in rescue last Spring she gave birth to eight (yes, eight) healthy babies. We met her one Saturday in July, hoping to find a companion for our rabbit. She seemed easy-going, and a bit shy. This only goes to show that looks can be deceiving. At first she wasn't sure of us, but she has slowly bloomed. Her favorite game is chase, and she will absolutely wear you out. No need for the gym. She does huge binkies and twists, and makes us laugh so hard. She is very smart, and when she looks at me I often feel like she is just waiting on me to catch up with her. Her adoration can be bought with pumpkin bunny cookies. I can't see how anyone would want to give her up. What about those babies, you ask? They were all adopted into homes of their own. And so I say to my friend who rescued her - thank you for making a difference, for her, for all her babies, and for us.