Posting ID : A1068545299
Date Posted : 2015-08-19
Category : Pets
Hello! A couple of months ago we were able to provide rescue to a bunny who had been tossed in to a yard when some folks were moving. His nails were a few inches long, his tail matted to him due to feces and urine, one of his back feet damaged (by a dog perhaps). His original cage had been tossed in to the garbage, but was saved; it too, was absolutely covered in old bedding and feces.
Fast forward to today....
Bunny is very healthy, he gets lots of fresh food and pellets, water, and clean bedding every day. We bought him a new cage where he had more room. We've had him for a couple of months, however I've yet to be able to socialize him. I believe that it's due in part to the fact that we have two small busy dogs, and honestly, I have NO idea what I'm doing with a bunny. I thought that he deserved a chance to be taken care of, so that's what we've done. However, to provide Bunny his optimum life, I'd like to find him a home with someone that has experience with bunnies and can perhaps get him back to his bunny self.
Bunny is black and white Dutch, and doesn't weigh terribly much, I'd guess no more than two pounds. There is no adoption or rehoming fee for him, however we are asking $25 for his cage (you'll also get any leftover bedding, food, etc.) as it's fairly new. It's a larger bunny cage, with attached food bowl, and water bottle, and a ramp with platform, and is on roller wheels.
As bunny is not terribly photogenic I do not have a photo, he's a bit more black than he is white, but other than that he fits the looks of the Dutch breed to a T. Please be experienced with bunnies when contacting me, and know that he will not make a good beginner pet for your little boy or girl. No, I will not allow you to use him as bait for dog training purposes either. Again, he's still recovering from the bad situation we rescued him from and will need to be helped regarding his social skills.