Meet Randolph, an American Thrianta rabbit so “wild” he was caught from under a boat in under 18minutes by one of our indispensible leaders in 18 minutes! The only aids needed for this capture were hands, advanced bunny whispering skills and a carrot.
His third night in his foster home he suffered the indignity of a full bunny bath (for ticks. Ick.) with nothing more than two head shakes. He falls asleep when cradled like a baby, a trait never seen before in a rabbit by his foster mom. He doesn’t believe that hay is for eating but greens… well, that’s a different story.
If you’re looking for a gorgeous, gentle, affectionate bunny with a great personality, this is your new best friend. He has had some exposure to dogs and cats. Although he hasn’t been located at the hub of family life to this point, he seems a great bunny for a family.
Age: 3 to 4 years
Gender: Male, neutered
Litter box trained: Yes
If you're interested in adopting Randolph please fill out the application at http://www.friendsofrabbits.org/adoptionform.htm and email Friends of Rabbits at email@example.com. and his foster mom will call or email you to schedule a visit. His adoption fee is $75. Randolph is fostered in Gaithersburg, MD.
Indoor homes only.
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