Cranbourne North, VIC
2 years 9 months
25 Feb, 2024
Interstate adoption (VIC only)
About 🌺 Petunia 🌺
Petunia is a sweet and gentle young lady who is ready to find her forever home ❤️
This fun little rabbit will just melt your heart 😍 She loves to play with her stacker cups, munching on foraging toys, and sneaking yummy treats. It is so much fun watching her interact with her new surroundings and grow in confidence each and every day.
While in her foster home, she has been exposed to dogs, cats, and other furry creatures. Some times Petunia can find these experiences a little overwhelming however, with positive interactions I feel in time she will feel like a member of the family in no time.
We are working on litter trained and she is making progress each day! Now that she is de-sexed, this will assist her litter training journey.
If you think that you would like Petunia to hop into your life, please contact us!
Regardless of the breed of animal you are looking to adopt, our adoption process is the same.
The first step of the process involves submitting an adoption application form. The form helps us understand a little bit more about you and your household and is used to figure out whether animal is the right fit for your household and what you are looking for, and also if your household is the right fit for the animal.
After a review process, shortlisted applicants will be contacted by one of our volunteer adoption coordinators usually by phone call or message. This is an informal conversation to discuss any questions we may have about the application and re-confirm any information provided. It is usually at at this point that we will organise a Meet & Greet with you and the animal.
It is a Strong Heart’s adoption policy to arrange a Meet & Greet with the prospective family and the animal before finalising the adoption. The Meet & Greet will allow the opportunity to visit the animal and have a pat and a play with them. The foster carer will tell you a bit about the animal's personality and what they have been like for the time they’ve been in their care. It is a great opportunity to ask the carer about the animals food, sleeping and any other health requirements.
If the Meet & Greet goes well on the day, in most cases you will be able to take the animal home straight away after payment of the adoption fee. All necessary paperwork including vet work history and transfer of ownership information will be sent via email within a few days unless otherwise specified.