My name is Ziggy!

Lionhead Mix for adoption in Tampa, Florida - Ziggy
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Tampa Bay House Rabbit Rescue

Facts about Ziggy

  • Breed: Lionhead Mix
  • Color: Unknown
  • Age: Baby
  • Size: Dwarf
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: R2016042
  • Hair: Unknown
Ziggy is a super-sweet bun who was found roaming a neighborhood near some other rabbits who were caught, Hope and Chesterfield. Fortunately, he didn't have any bot flies like the others. Ziggy is very calm, independent, and has that baby bunny curiosity about the great big world--when he's not sleeping during the day, he likes to lay in the window and look out. He usually doesn't mind being held, and he will sit on your lap, but will hide when he's not in the mood to be picked up. Whenever his foster family has company, everyone comments that he's very laid-back. Like many bunnies, one of his favorite spots is under the bed on the cold hardwood floors. Sometimes he will hop on the bed but then hop right off. He gets along well with his foster mom's cat and dog, and will sometimes cuddle with the dog, and other times play chase with her. When he wants to play, he tilts his head up, looks at you (or his dog friend) and hops away, then comes right back. Because he's a typical young bun, he likes to explore the house at night. He is not kept in a pen in his current foster home, so he might do best in a home that can let him free roam. He doesn't bite, but he does chew--apparently he has decided that denim jeans are tasty, so if you have a hamper, you might want to use it. So far, he hasn't been seen trying to chew wires. Of course he's still a baby, so he can get fiesty. He likes to pick up his bowl with his teeth and throw it around occasionally, so tossable chew toys are a must. He is small and unlikely to get much bigger. Because of the breed mix we think he is, we're pretty sure that he'll be extra-floofy when he grows up; whoever adopts him needs to have a good brushing technique! He is a really good rabbit, cute as can be, and he has quite the personality. *All TBHRR rabbits are spayed or neutered, vet checked and on flea prevention. Please see our adoption procedures here:

About Tampa Bay House Rabbit Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

Tampa Bay House Rabbit Rescue is an all volunteer run, donation-funded no-kill rescue. We strive to help other rabbit rescues both in Florida and throughout the US.

TBHRR is committed to bettering the lives of house rabbits through education. We offer free bunny basics class and are always willing to give advice and help bunny families out whenever possible.

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Our Adoption Process...

Our normal adoption process is Application, Review, Foster, Adopt. First you need to fill out our foster or adoption application on our website Then we review it, discuss it with you further, and provide you with a beginning rabbit education through our Bunny Basics class. (The class is free, and we do this for everyone, even prior rabbit owners, as some of what you might have learned previously could have changed with more recent understanding of bunny biology.) Then we ask you to fill out our foster contract and actually foster the rabbit for a month or two; this is to ensure that you like the bunny's personality and learn that rabbit's behavior (and the rabbit learns your household routine), and you get some practice caring for the rabbit without the risk of taking full ownership. Assuming everything works out, then we formalize the adoption through our adoption contract. For a single rabbit, the adoption fee is $65, and a bonded pair is $100. If things don't work out, then we help you select another rabbit if you want.

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