Due to Angelina's size she would generally do better with older children. She was surrendered to us because, as she grew, the children in her home could no longer carry her due to her weight. Also, as she is a larger rabbit, she has a very strong kick.
Angelina will use her litter box that is provided to her in her pen, however she has had a few accidents while free roaming the house.
Angelina is considered a "senior" rabbit. Her adoption fee is $40.
Rabbits live approx. 6-13 years. Their weight is breed specific and usually ranges from 2 – 10 lbs. Rabbits are social and some can live in same gender pairs. A rabbit needs a solid floor home (preferably with multiple levels), food dish, water bottle, hay manger and hiding house. Rabbits require out of the cage exercise and socialization. Rabbits’ teeth never stop growing so treat sticks and chew toys are a necessity. Many rabbits are litter trained.
All rabbits are spayed/neutered and microchipped before adoption.
Adoption fee: $40
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