Small pets and animals for sale in Camp Hill, PA 9 items
Celina was surrendered to us because her owner had dogs, and they weren't getting along. She's a calm bunny who is good with her litter box. Celina is fuzzy, so she'll require extra grooming on a regular basis. Born around August, 2014.
He's quite a heavy eater and is also quite active he works well with other ferrets and tends to crawl up pant legs if let loose. Vinnie tends to nibble a lot and is quite squirmy but if u pick him up from his sleep he is quite good to cuddle with. he tends to be a hog and blocks a lot of people from eating, but in my opinion has a true leader and would make a great addition to ur family. my con...
Sheldon was found running loose in Dauphin County. He has a gorgeous, soft glossy coat and is very friendly. Born around April, 2016.
Adopt kiku a Grey/Silver American / Mixed rabbit in Harrisburg, PA (18963925) de-clawed, nice with_cats, nice with_dogs, nice with_kids, housetrained, shots current, spayed/neutered
Adopt Kellogg a Grey/Silver American / Mixed rabbit in Harrisburg, PA (18978358) de-clawed, great with_cats, nice with_dogs, nice with_kids, housetrained, shots current, spayed/neutered
Daphne, 1 of six bunnies we rescued from a home where they were left behind, gave birth to 3 babies on Sept. 19, 2016. Taylor is 1 of the babies. His foster mom said he was scared on his 1st day at home, but then he calmed down quickly and would run to the front of the cage for pets. He is mostly black with just 1 square area of white on his right shoulder, and white paws.
September is 1 of three bunnies that were being kept outside (which we do not recommend) and then the children lost interest in caring for them. September is friendly and is always looking for attention. Born around December, 2016. She was 7.2 lbs at the time she was spayed.
Ashley is 1 of three bunnies that were being kept outside (which we do not recommend) and then the children lost interest in caring for them. Born around December, 2016.
Trevor was found running loose near Chambersburg with a puncture wound in his ear. He's mostly black, but he also has patches of brown and even a touch of gray! We think he is allergic to newspaper, so he's better having towels on the bottom of his cage.