By CAROLINE BIGGS October 27, 2017
The moment I laid eyes on Daffodil, I vowed I would give her a good home.
I found her at an adoption event for more than 50 rescued rabbits, sponsored by the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals two winters ago. A Silver rabbit, Daffodil looked more like a wild hare than any domestic bunny I’d ever seen, and I was instantly smitten.
Once my adoption application was approved, I scooped Daffy up, jumped in a cab and headed uptown to my one-bedroom apartment in Harlem, prepared to give her the best “forever home” possible.
First and foremost, that meant giving her all the space, freedom and companionship she would need. In other words, no cage, plenty of room to roam and, soon, a new best friend: Daisy, a two-and-a-half-pound Himalayan rabbit I adopted three months later from| This post is an excerpt. Click here to read the full post. |