Pearl is a Pearl of a rabbit. Her "time was up" at a New Mexico shelter but NM House Rabbit Society stepped in to give her the time she needed to find a new home. She is 5.5 pounds and the vet thinks she's about 6-7 months old.
She's a little shy but if you hold her, she'll sit with you for 20-30 minutes and seems to enjoy it. Her litter box skills are good, although in a larger room she urinates in her box but sometimes only poops right next to the box. It appears that using a larger litter box solves this problem.
Her foster mom says that she'll run up to her and run around her legs, happy to see her.
She's somewhat of a picky eater and doesn't like bananas and eats only certain greens. She's a dainty eater and very sweet.
She'll make a great single rabbit or a good bonding mate for a lovely bunny boy.
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