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Quinn is sweet but shy girl a little over 1 year old. She was part of a large litter of babies we took in and were available for adoption. Quinn and her sister, Hannah, are back with us having been returned after they were adopted.
Quinn is a shy girl and takes time to get used to you. She's active and loves to explore. She's great with her litter box and keeps a tidy pen.
She loves toys, including cardboard boxes, willow toys to chew, and rattle balls to roll around. She would make a great family bunny but needs a roomy exercise pen enclosure like she has here now.
We have tried bonding introductions with various boys but she has never felt an attraction to any of them. We might try girls as she was housed with her mom and female siblings, or she may prefer being on her own.
Quinn is best suited to an adult home with experienced bunny lovers. Because she is so shy she needs a family who will accept her for who she is and give her plenty of time to settle in and get used to her new home. She does need a roomy exercise pen, as a minimum. She may do fine with other species such as cats or gentle dogs.
To Adopt, visit www.sandiegorabbits.org/Adoption and complete the Adopter Profile. You may be asked to attend our Bunny 101 class prior to adopting.
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