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Adopt Me: Why not adopt Hop?

He loves to say hi when people visit, especially if they have some snacks to share
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GuelphToday, in partnership with Purrfect Companions of Norfolk and My Kitty Cafe, brings you this feature highlighting a special pet that is in need of adoption.


Hop came in as a stray bunny back around Thanksgiving. An angora rabbit, his long beautiful hair was quite matted - so he needed to be shaved in spots. His hair is growing back nicely, and his luxurious coat will need regular brushing to keep it looking silky and shiny.

Hop has been spending time in foster care, and has been available for adoption since early November. He's been waiting patiently all these months for his very own #HappyTail.

This sweet bunny loves to ‘hop’ over to say hi when people visit, especially if they have some snacks to share. He's sweet and gorgeous...a great combination. Hop can't wait to find his new family – could it be you??

The GHS contactless adoptions have been so successful – they have given over 1,000 pets a loving #HappyTail during COVID-19! Virtual and/or phone adoption meetings will happen by appointment only.

If you think HOP would be a good match for your home, check out the GHS contactless adoption process at

Not able to adopt? Consider donating toward the care of GHS animals at

Unable to adopt? Share this feature on social media so each animal can get the exposure it needs and find a loving home.

To see past featured animals who may still need adopting click here.



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