The Midwest Rabbit Rescue & Re-home finished in 6th place- a dramatic comeback from their ranking of 21 just a few days ago. Zootoo will continue to validate all the points all the shelters received, so their current ranking may shift a bit. Next, a panel of judges from Zootoo will visit each shelter and make their decision who is to be the first place winner of a million dollar shelter makeover! Second place will receive $10,000 and the other 18 contestants will receive $5000 each. Congratulations Midwest Rabbit Rescue & Re-home!
Zootoo.com’s contest for the million dollar shelter makeover ends tomorrow (3/31/08) at midnight. Help put Midwest Rabbit Rescue back in the top 20 (they are currently ranked 21) by registering on Zootoo using this link: http://www.zootoo.com/register/referrer/midwestrabbitrr
Then, under the heading, Affiliate with a Shelter, type in the zipcode, 48170, and select Midwest Rabbit Rescue and Re-home from the dropdown menu. This will earn them 200 points.
Midwest Rabbit Rescue is the only rabbit rescue close to making it into the top 20 (which is required to be eligible for the million dollar makeover). So all you bunny lovers out there, register with Zootoo, and get all your friends to register as well!
Well I just came across this story about Midwest Rabbit Re-home, which is located near Ann Arbor, Michigan. Apparently, they are the only rabbit rescue close to winning a million dollar shelter renovation offered by Zootoo.com. Currently, they are ranked 11 out of 20, and they can rise in the rankings if they get enough points via this page: zootoo.com/register/referrer/midwestrabbitrr
You have to register with Zootoo and put in Midwest Rabbit Re-home’s zip code (48170) and then choose their name from the dropdown menu. Registering gets 100 points, and you can earn more points by writing reviews, volunteering, commenting on news, and referring other people to the site. So far I’ve earned 140 points… I have to think of more products to review so I can earn some more.
In seeing photos of Midwest Rabbit Re-home’s current shelter, it does look like a makeover is in order. As of now, they are using an old warehouse as their shelter, and while they’ve done the best they can to fix up the space, a million dollar grant would go a long way.