Rabbit Gets Depressed After His Family Returns Him To The Shelter
When Archie T. Pickles found himself at a city animal shelter in California, he probably didn't realize just how close he was to losing his life.
But he was rescued by Harvest Home Animal Sanctuary, in Stockton, which searched for a permanent home for Archie T. Pickles.
Finally, the right family seemed to come along. But a few years later, Archie T. Pickles was homeless again.
"Archie was adopted out several years ago to what we thought was a great home. Sadly, Archie was returned to us recently in nothing more than a cardboard box from the home he lived in," Christine Morrissey, of Harvest Home, told The Dodo. Apparently, a member of the household had suddenly become allergic to Archie.
Archie T. Pickles found himself depressed after he was returned to the animal sanctuary. He just didn't have the spring in his step that he used to have.
"When Archie was returned to us, he quickly slipped into a deep depression," Morrissey said. "Until Archie met Kim."
Kim is a volunteer at the animal sanctuary. When she saw Archie T. Pickles, she could sense his sadness. She knew she had to help him.
And there was something about Kim that made Archie T. Pickles feel hopeful again. He seemed to perk up just being held in Kim's arms.
Over the weekend, Kim reached out to the sanctuary and said she wanted to foster Archie T. Pickles until he could find a good forever home.
"Archie's depression is quickly shifting to happiness because of Kim's compassion and concern," Morrissey said.
Kim took Archie T. Pickles home and introduced him to the rest of her crew - her husband, and a few other rescued rabbits.
Until Archie T. Pickles can find a forever home that really is forever, this is absolutely the next best thing.
If you'd like to give Archie T. Pickles a forever home, contact email@example.com.
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