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Adele is used to being around other rabbits and cats and seems fairly calm in their presence in general. She would like to be in a home with another bunny who she can curl up with. Adele has been working on her litter box skills, and while she seems to be containing things quite well so far, she is not 100%.
Adele has a condition called Microophthalmia, which means that one of her eyes is smaller than the other and it is sensitive to light. She does not see normally out of this eye, but she is not blind in it either, things just look a little different to her on one side than on the other. This is a condition that she was born with, and doesn't require any special treatment, but it may (or may not) mean that she could be prone to eye problems in the future. Adele should be taken to the vet for an annual exam (just like dogs and cats) to have her eye pressures checked.
If you'd like to learn more about sweet Adele, please connect with us at email@example.com. She is a lovely little girl who will make a great addition.