Each week we bring you Tuesday Tails, a way to showcase a special animal at the Humane Society of Genesee County looking for their "furever" home.

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The great thing about the Humane Society of Genesee County is they are there to help not just cats and dogs find homes, but just about any animal in need. This week we want to introduce you to Jimmy the bunny.

Jimmy came to the HSGC as a stray....yes a stray. Someone carelessly abandoned Jimmy on the side of the road, and thanks to the caring actions of a good Samaritan Jimmy was rescued. Domesticated rabbits can not survive in the wild as many think. Most likely Jimmy was purchased as baby, possibly for Easter, and the owners grew tired of him.

Jimmy is a young, about a year old, mini lop. He is sweet and personable and loves to play. He seems very comfortable with anyone who comes in contact with him, and is not afraid to interact.

Rabbits take time and care, just like any pet would, so be sure to research the needs of having a pet rabbit in your home.

If you are interested in giving  love to Jimmy, or another animal looking for a home, contact the Humane Society of Genesee County at info@geneseehumane.org. You can also call to schedule an appointment at (810) 744-0511. Due to COVID-19 the Humane Society of Genesee County is operating on an appointment bases only, but encourages those interested to schedule a meet & greet.
If you are considering a new pet to your household, please always look to adopt, especially senior animals.

Take a look a some other fur babies looking to be adopted this week at the Humane Society of Genesee County. You can also check their website for more adoptable pets.

Looking for Their New Furver Homes