Greta is a spayed female. She prefers to live alone and in a large outdoor enclosure or inside. She can be cage aggressive when kept in a small cage. She is extremely picky about other rabbits she is friends with. She loves attention but needs lots of space.
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Welcome to A Critter's Chance!
C aring H earts for A nimals N eeding a C aring E nvironment
A Critter's Chance is a 501c3 organization specializing in wildlife rehabilitation and exotic/domestic pet rescue. Our mission is to be a voice for the animals, to educate the public about animal responsibility, to ensure animals are treated humanely and given a “chance,” and to make certain every available resource is used to find adoptive homes for domestic animals and to return wildlife to their natural environment.
Please note, we provide wildlife rehabilitation for mammals and reptiles. We do not have anyone in our organization who specializes in wild birds. If you find a wild bird in need of help, please contact Liz Hatton at 317-877-1187.
News & Events
Shop at Kroger and help A Critter's Chance!
If you shop at Kroger, you can earn Community Rewards for A Critter's Chance each time you shop! All you have to do is click this link, enroll your Kroger Plus card, search for A Critter's Chance or use our NPO number, which is 70968, and choose us as the organization to receive Community Rewards. After doing this, each time you use your Kroger Plus card, A Critter's Chance will receive rewards. These funds will go for vetting and supplies to care for the animals we rescue as well as the wildlife we rehabilitate. This is a very simple way to help us help the animals!
Freeway the Piglet
This little piglet fell out of a livestock truck on 465 on May 22, 2015. He was headed to a farm where he would be fattened up for slaughter, but must have decided that wouldn't be his fate. Miraculously, he wasn't hit by a car and was taken to Indianapolis Animal Care and Control, where we picked him up and rushed him to the vet for emergency treatment. We named him Freeway. He healed up quickly and will spend the rest of his happy life on a farm where he will NOT be slaughtered for meat!
A Critters Chance newest supporter is Danny Gerald, the owner of Indy Water Heater & Softener. He is 37 years old and is the proud father to his 9-year-old son, Austin, and, Willow, his Bichon Frise. He grew up on the south side of Indy and graduated from Roncalli High School in 1996. He loves to go fishing and boating and travel. Our V.P. of Wildlife, LeAnne Roberts, met Danny, told him about our group, and he wanted to support our efforts. Danny generously covered the cost of redesigning and printing our new brochures. Thank you, Danny! Along with water softeners and water heaters, Danny's company offers many other services. Please visit the company website at http://www.indywaterheaterandsoftener.com/index.html to learn more!