I have an adult, black and white, Lop-eared bunny up for adoption. Van was found in the metro parks on Jan. 20. He walked right up to some people and asked fo help. He was brought in to our store and I offered to foster him until he gets a new home. Right now he is very skinny, he has a large chunk out of one ear and a scratch on his belly. He is not fixed, he was deffinatly an inside rabbit he loves people and is not too fussy when you pick him up. I have a bun of my own but he is also a male and Van is the kingly type. Although my bun is submisive Van ripps his hair out and chases him so I can't keep him. Van would be good with females or the only bun in the house. He is not afraid of people and will try to make you submissive too but is calm if you pick him up so he must have been handled often. I live in Akron Oh.; he will cost only $15 to a good home. You can contact me(Chelsea Hall) at AgViolet@wildmail.com. Thanks for reading.
I have a lovely rex rabbit, Missy, up for adoption. I got her from the Monterey SPCA, where she had been for several weeks. She was adopted out and then returned after several months because of an "allergy" (they weren't really "rabbit people"). She is brown with cream colored belly and around eyes, spayed of course, and extremely social! She is one of the most out going rabbits I've ever fostered. She likes other bunnies, is good with her litter box, and has been around my gentle cat for over a year. I'd really like to see her get her own home where she can get more attention. She even comes when called!
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