Honey Bun is her foster mom’s Bunny Girl

 Name: Honey, Gender: Female, Approx dob: August 15th, 2011. Honey is sister to Daisy, Molly and Mae. Their rescuer Isobel will sponsor the flight cost to Honey’s forever home. Honey...

 Name: Honey, Gender: Female, Approx dob: August 15th, 2011. Honey is sister to Daisy, Molly and Mae. Their rescuer Isobel will sponsor the flight cost to Honey’s forever home.

Honey and her siblings story in the words of her rescuer, a kind lady Isobel:

When I opened the back door to my ground floor flat in New Rajinder Nagar, New Delhi one morning last September, I found seven very cute little puppies outside.  Their mother had brought them to live just opposite my door in the lane at the back of my flat.

 I took over from Mum when the time came with feeding duties and my vivid recollection of last year’s Diwali, was building them a little shelter so as to keep them safe from the crackers and fireworks and checking on them every half hour.

 Sadly, over the course of two or three months, I lost one to Parvovirus/Gastroenteritis, one went missing despite my checking the local animal shelter and another passed away and so I am now left with four big puppies.

 Honey

 Honey Bun or Bunny Girl, as I like to call her, will always hold a special place in my heart.  When the puppies were about 3 months old they became quite sick and I managed to get them treated at my local vet.  Honey was the worst affected and on more than one occasion, after getting them back from the vet, I left them on their blanket outside and wondered whether Honey would be alive the next morning.  Her veins collapsed and it became impossible to give her the medicine intravenously into her vein and so all the vet could do was give her the shots into her side, like a normal injection.

However, miraculously, she not only survived but has grown into a healthy, happy and very friendly girl with a special love of food.  Yes, my Honey Bun loves her chicken, burfi and is always looking for a bite to eat.  She is a very sweet natured girl and gentle, although loves to rough and tumble with her sisters but will quietly sit down and go to sleep afterwards.  Always interested in everyone, she runs to greet people but unfortunately, many people in the street do not appreciate her welcoming gesture and she is quickly and sadly shooed away.  I would like her to have a home where instead of being shooed away, she is greeted with a hug and a cuddle and her gesture of friendship returned.

 Please contact AAIDD, at Delhi or Canada to adopt Honey.