Covina is such a friendly and pretty girl! Her cheerful bunny dances are so much fun to watch. She has beautiful black eyeliner and such pretty two tone ears. Covina will do well with any kind family. Covina would make a great companion to a neutered bunny boy after a proper introduction, She is potty trained and uses the litter box. She is accustomed to living with cats and is used to gentle dogs. She is shy with new people so will do best with older, gentle children. She will do best indoors with the family in a roomy xpen or wire dog crate with plenty of run time in a bunny proofed area. Covina has a mild for of megacolon. Sometimes her poops are misshapen. She manages this very well and it only affects her mildly. She should do well in a home willing to limit sugary treats and feed her lots of fresh hay and limited pellets. You can email firstname.lastname@example.org to get more information on Covina and to adopt her
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