Animal Assisted Play Therapy has been defined as “the integrated involvement of animals in the context of play therapy, in which appropriately-trained therapists and animals engage with child, family, & adult clients primarily in play interventions aimed at improving the client’s psychosocial health, while simultaneously ensuring the animal’s well-being and voluntary engagement in the process.”
Vaille (pronounced veil) is a regal lady who loves attention more than food. She’s a flirt and a sucker for a cat brush.
Mika is a Satin Angora Rabbit. He moonlights as a fiber donor and his fur makes lovely yarn.
Bonnet (coming soon)
Bonnet was found in a running car engine at 6 weeks old. She has given up her feral lifestyle, yet remains smart and determined. We believe that she has a Somali heritage.
Godiva (coming soon)
Godiva is a white eared, blue eyed, Holland lop rabbit. We are still learning about her personality, but we can say she is fast!