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Oxford-Lafayette Humane Society’s Pet Of The Week: Meet Cheryl!

Everyone meet Cheryl! 

Cheryl is a RABBIT, not a bunny. You might consider her to be significantly larger than other rabbits you may have seen, but that doesn’t make her any less loveable! Cheryl is extremely chill and isn’t bothered by most things. Just like any other rabbit, she loves to snack on lettuce and carrots and be held and cuddled (she’s very soft). She’s more than content to just sit in your lap while you watch TV.

She gets along great with other animals, but would probably prefer her furry friends to be as calm as she is. Due to her larger size, she’ll need a cage that fits her well. She likes to eat a lot and therefore makes some messes, so her cage needs to be cleaned regularly.
A perfect home for Cheryl would be one that has other calm pets, room to stretch her legs every now and then, and maybe younger children who enjoy cuddling with soft animals. If you’re looking for more of a hands-off pet experience but still want someone you can cuddle with, Cheryl would be perfect for you!
Currently being fostered, Cheryl is available to be adopted right away. Stop by or call OLHS today!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z_HO0hVCyNU
OLHS is located on McElroy drive in Oxford, close to Lamar Park. They are open Monday-Saturday 12-5, and can be reached at (662)-236-7631.


Walter Lyle is the Social Media Editor for HottyToddy.com. He can be reached at walter.lyle@hottytoddy.com

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