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CAPA Pet of the Week -- Licorice

Did you know that February is National Adopt a Rescued Rabbit Month?

Licorice is an adult, neutered male, black short-haired rabbit available for adoption at the La PAWS Adoption Center.

He's one of the rabbits abandoned on Figueroa Mountain Road in the Santa Ynez Valley last August and would truly love to have a home to call his own.

Licorice is litter-box trained and is very curious and social. He can be energetic, which is good for his daily exercise routine, especially since he loves food and treats more than toys.

Licorice’s adoption fee includes his neuter and a complimentary health/wellness exam.

Want to help but can’t adopt? Visit for the La PAWS wish list, information on how to become a volunteer, and donation opportunities.

CAPA is a nonprofit organization committed to supporting the medical and behavioral needs of the animals at La PAWS. To learn more about CAPA and its partnership with La PAWS, follow us on Facebook at

La PAWS Adoption Center is the Lompoc division of Santa Barbara County Animal Services, located at 1501 W. Central Ave.  Hours are Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. (closed during lunch) and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

For more information, call 737-7755.

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