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Adopt Me: Fiona has tons of personality (adopted)

She had her hind leg amputated due to an injury that couldn't be repaired, so she has some trouble walking on slippery floors

GuelphToday, in partnership with the Guelph Humane Society, brings you this feature highlighting a special pet that is in need of adoption.


Hi there, I'm Fiona - but my friends at GHS lovingly call me Fifi!

I am a sweet and inquisitive bunny who is always looking for some tasty greens or a nice ear scratch. I have such a big personality, I love to greet people when they come near me, and will stand up on my hind leg to say hello.

I had met some children at the GHS’s Critter Camp this past summer and loved hanging out with them - so I would likely do well in a home with gentle children or friendly rabbits, cats or dogs. I am also almost completely litter trained.

My new family should know that I had my left hind leg amputated due to an injury that couldn't be repaired. I can have some trouble walking on slippery floors, so I am happiest when I have some comfy towels to walk on. As long as I have a nice surface to walk on I have no problem hopping around.

I can't wait to meet you!

The GHS contactless adoptions have been so successful – they have given over 800 pets a loving #HappyTail during COVID-19! Virtual and/or phone adoption meetings will happen by appointment only.

If you think Fiona would be a good match for your home, check out the GHS contactless adoption process at

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To see past featured animals who may still need adopting click here.