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Tri-paw Rabbit Becomes ‘Spokesbunny’ at Local High School

(January 27, 2022)

Beth, now named Lady Dot, came to Houston SPCA through our Rehoming Center with a broken leg. An animal lover had rescued her and brought her to the right place! She’s now a happy-go-lucky tri-paw rabbit with a job, “spokesbunny” of a local high school.

The role was previously filled by Mr. Adams the bunny at Spring Woods High School. Students and staff alike fell in love with this Houston SPCA alum over the years. After his passing in 2020, he left a hole in the hearts of many. So, it was decided a new adopted bunny would come on board.

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Mr. Adams, the original Spring Woods High School spokesbunny

Lady Dot, short for Lady Dorothea Lange after the famous photojournalist, was a dream for Houston SPCA staff to treat. Her calm and sweet demeanor made her a wonderful patient that our veterinary staff loved to interact with. She soon had her broken leg amputated and spay surgery done and was ready for adoption!

However, after being quickly adopted, Dot came back to us after it wasn’t a good fit in her first home. Shortly after, Rebekah Tee came by to visit our available rabbits for adoption and knew that Dot was the perfect bunny for her and the students at Spring Woods High School!

Lady Dot bonded with Rebekah immediately and now the pair love couch TV time at home when they’re not both at school! The beloved Mr. Adams left some big paws to fill, and although she only has three, this tri-paw rabbit seems to be a doing a wonderful job at her new post!

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