Friday, May 18, 2012

Rascally Rabbits Available at Judge’s Park

Judge's Park is a small animal rescue located in Edinburg PA, about one hour north of Pittsburgh. Judge's Park was founded in 2005 to create a rescue where small animals (rabbits, guinea pigs, chinchillas, rats, hamsters, gerbils, mice, etc.) would be welcome since none of the rescues in that area took in small animals. Since 2005, over 500 animals have been placed in loving forever homes.

Judge’s Park is currently operated out of the founder’s home, but it is their hope that someday they will move to a larger facility where they can also take in dogs, cats, and other animals. Since the rescue is located in a private home, appointments must be made to see the animals.

The cost to adopt a single bunny from Judge’s Park is $60 ($50 if you are adopting a companion for your current rabbit) or $75 for a bonded pair. The adoption fee includes spay/neuter, microchip, and the first vet visit. Here are just a few rabbits available for adoption:

Lucy is a young female English Spot, who was found abandoned in an apartment when her owner moved away. She and her friend William were purchased as Easter presents for their former owner’s children. Lucy is very friendly and loves everyone. She loves to run and play, uses her litter box well, and she does well with polite dogs and cats. Lucy and William are a bonded pair and must be adopted together.

Aiden is an adult male Himalayan, who was rescued from a local feed store. Aiden was living in a 2’x1’ wire cage on the ground that was never cleaned. His feces was mounded up underneath him, and he was yellow with urine and dirt. When he was first taken in, he was extremely shy and didn’t like to be handled. Since that time, his personality has blossomed, and he is now a sweet laid back bunny who loves attention. Aiden is bonded to his girlfriend Sadie, and they must be adopted together.

Angus is a baby male Hotot, who was rescued from a local pet store. Angus and his litter mates were too young to be separated from their mother, and they had upper respiratory infections. Angus is very friendly and outgoing. He loves humans and enjoys being held and cuddled. Angus has been battling upper respiratory issues off and on, and he may have allergies. He does best with a very clean cage and limited dust in his area. Angus does not currently live with another rabbit, but he is a good candidate to be bonded with a female bunny. 

If you are interested in these or other adoptable rabbits, contact Judge’s Park at 724-272-0378 or visit their website at

1 comment:

  1. Sounds like a lovely place and it's nice to see one just cater to rabbits too.