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Adopt Me: Loki, Odin and Thor (all adopted)

These three amazing bunnies can be adopted together or separately
Loki, Odin, Thor

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

Loki, Odin and Thor

The GHS “Small animals…Big Sale” Adoption Event is on! Adopt a bunny or guinea pig at 50 per cent regular adoption fees – now through Sept. 10, 2021!

Meet Loki, Odin and Thor. These three buns are an amazing trio! Brains, brawn, and beauty – they are the complete package.

Loki (tan and black) is the leader of the group, and he loves to explore. Playing with toys is one of his favourite things, and he really likes to throw them around! Loki is a very cool guy who lives up to his name and can sometimes be found getting into mischief (the harmless kind of course), like using his nose to work touch screens!

Odin (white with grey ears) is the clever one. He’s very smart, and likes puzzle toys and enrichment activities, such as hiding food under cups. Once he’s tired out his brain, he’s ready for a sleepy snuggle with you.

Then there is Thor (black and white), who is the sweetheart of the group, and likes to give head boops for attention. Which is obviously hard to resist – just look at him! Thor can be a little shy and likes attention to come to him, but he’s super sweet and eager to love. He’s even made friends with the cat in his foster home!

These three amazing bunnies can be adopted together or separately, however, bunnies are best with bunny friends. These super babes are already best friends – they’re ready and waiting to welcome you to their family!

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 Loki, Odin and Thor 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.