BOSTON (CBS) — Two cats, a rabbit, and six bunnies up for adoption soon from the Lowell Humane Society were featured on the Pet Parade Sunday morning.

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Wendy the rabbit is just under a year old, but is already a mother. She’s incredibly sweet and snuggly! She came to Lowell Humane Society because her owner had another rabbit that she was not getting along with. A day after the shelter got her, she had six bunnies. Those bunnies aren’t ready to be adopted yet, but will be in about a month–and Lowell Humane Society wants people to know about them so that they can go home as soon as they’re ready.

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Josie was surrendered because she has a skin condition she needs a daily medication for–her family wasn’t able to keep up with the medication. She loves to be cuddled!

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Shadow, a five-year-old cat, has been at the shelter since April. He needs a home that is cat-savvy and an owner who can put in the time to give him exercise every day. He is very outgoing, and loves to pounce and play.

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For more information, visit lowellhumanesociety.org.