ROCKLAND COUNTY, N.Y. -- Pet shelters aren’t just for cats and dogs, say the folks at the Hi Tor Animal Care Center in Pomona.
Cuddly widdle bunnies need forever homes, too.
One of them -- Miss Liza -- is especially blessed with “class,” “grace” and a flare for “elegance," they say.
The black-and-white Lionhead mix is doing well, ahem, litterbox-wise, loves her hay and is learning to play with toys.
Lionheads are one of the news breeds of domestic rabbit in the United States and just recently passed the American Rabbit Breeders’ Association presentation process, according to Wikipedia.
As of 2014, they have been eligible to show for Best in Show and receive "legs" of Grand Champion like any of the accepted breeds.
Lionheads has a wooly mane encircling their heads like male lions do – hence the name.
They usually weigh between 2 1/2 to 3 3/4 pounds.
For more information, or to arrange a meeting with Miss Liza, email the shelter at Hitorbunnytrail@gmail.com.
The shelter is located at 65 Firemens Memorial Drive. It can also be reached by calling (845) 354-7900.