Toronto Humane Society Canada: Buy One Get One FREE Rabbits!

humane society bunny bogo loveHaha, this deal made me laugh a little. What a cute idea! For Valentine’s Week the Toronto Humane Society is offering Buy One Get One FREE on all Rabbits!

This Valentine’s Day, Celebrate Bunny Love! You will be able to bring home twice the love by adopting a bonded pair of bunnies. Bonded rabbits are proven to be happier and healthier!

Adopt two bunnies from the Toronto Humane Society for only $40! Please keep in mind that Bunnies do require attention, cleaning and care much like cats and dogs. Do not gift these to someone as a “surprise”, make sure they want the responsibility and commitment.

The rabbits from the Toronto Humane Society come spayed/neutered so no need to worry about 2 bunnies turning into 20!

Oh my goodness – cuteness overload! Check out the Bunnies available for adoption here.

Click here for more information on the Bunny BOGO from the Toronto Humane Society 🙂

8 responses to “Toronto Humane Society Canada: Buy One Get One FREE Rabbits!”

  1. torontogal12 says:

    Rabbits are some of the most difficult pets to take care of, and require much, much more care than cats and dogs like cleaning their cages every day, rabbit proofing, constant poop cleanup. If you are considering one, do your research.

    Here’s an example

  2. C says:

    Oh joy, dozens of people will flock to these shelters to adopt animals they will later dump back off because they didn’t realize how much work they are and how big of a financial commitment 2 rabbits actually are.

  3. zombiegirl says:

    This promotion kind of defeats the purpose of what they preach doesn’t it? Don’t buy pets you can’t handle? Unless you have two kids each wanting a rabbit, this is a horrible idea. Torontogal12 is right, rabbits are A LOT of work, and as proven by how many are in shelters, people underestimate that.

  4. hello says:

    please use caution when adopting animals 🙂 they are not a toy.

  5. Dudester says:

    This is a terrible idea, hard to believe a shelter thought it up. It encourages adoption on a whim without much forethought-the kind of emotional gratification that fills up shelters in the 1st place.

  6. Jill says:

    What a disgusting idea. I have a rabbit and he is the sweetest thing ever, but like others here brought up, he is A LOT of work and extra expenses. You can not just keep them in a little cage and throw them a carrot once in a while like many people think. Shame on you, THS!!!!

  7. adora says:

    I’ve had dogs, bunnies, ducks, and fish. I don’t think rabbits are necessarily more work than cats or dogs. You’d be surprised that fish took most work for me because you can’t read their emotion, hard to tell what’s wrong. Besides, there has never been any case of rabbit to human virus. It’s safe for children. They do kick if you squeeze too hard, I would not reccomend to children under 5.

    As a long time bunny-lord, the reason the shelter is doing this deal is because ppl always buy bunnies as Easter gifts and abandon them within weeks. They’re trying to clear some room for soon to be homeless bunnies come April. Also to flood the market with bunnies now to prevent ecessive production at the mills.


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