Breed: Some sort of large medium size mix
Size: About 7 pounds
DOB: About 3/2015
-This girl was languishing since the end of 2015 in a shelter that didn't really adopt out bunnies, so she came to us! I love our Maggie girl and she is one of the best bunnies ever. Maggie has been at our shelter since the beginning of 2016 because she does have some special qualities. She can be territorial in small spaces so we recommend she lives in a puppy pen/enclosed area or free range. She doesn't like people messing with her stuff and will sometimes charge and growl. Once you earn Maggie's trust, she truly is one of the best bunnies on the planet. She is sweet, she loves being petted, doesn't mind being held and snuggled. She is full or personality and sometimes she can be too much for people, but she truly is a volunteer favorite and my own personal favorite here. I just know if someone gave her a chance, she would shine as she has come so far since she first came to our rescue. She loves to run around and play and she really likes a good face and ear rub when she knows you and trusts you! She is perfectly litter box trained. Maggie is not good with other bunnies and cannot live in the same cage with them. She is good with dogs and cats. Suggested adoption donation is $40 which includes her spay and microchip. Maggie is being adopted to an indoor home ONLY.
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