Kale comes to us from a rural Kentucky area where he was put on the death row list for over crowding. We were able to have him and his brother Carrots transported to us where they are now safe. They have been neutered and are eagerly awaiting their new families!
Kale has learned his litter box skills and very much enjoys free time around his fosters house (supervised of course!)
Adoption fee: $50 single rabbit/$80 bonded pair (does not include habitat)
Interested in adoption? Please email email@example.com or fill out an application online at http://www.heartlandsmallanimalrescue.org/small-animal-adoptionfoster-application
Contact JoAnn at 574-400-5633 for more information about this rabbit and where you can meet our other adoptable small animals.
All rabbits are spayed/neutered and microchipped before adoption.
Rabbits live approx. 6-13 years. Their weight is breed specific and usually ranges from 2 – 10 lbs. Rabbits are social and some can live in same gender pairs. A rabbit needs a solid floor home (preferably with multiple levels), food dish, water bottle, hay manger and hiding house. Rabbits require out of the cage exercise and socialization. Rabbits’ teeth never stop growing so treat sticks and chew toys are a necessity. Many rabbits are litter trained.
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