Kramer’s philosophy of life is “anything worth doing is worth doing well.” This applies to his favorite activities which include rearranging the boxes in his condo, shredding newspapers, and destroying shoe boxes. We think if he were human, he would have a successful career demolishing, renovating, and redesigning houses. This handsome boy does everything with intense concentration and gusto, and he is very entertaining to watch!
A mix of two beautiful rabbit breeds, Harlequin and Lionhead, Kramer’s silky tri-color fur and big brown eyes are simply irresistible. He weighs about 4.5 lbs. and, at 8 months of age (as of September 2016), is probably just about full-grown. This little dynamo loves people and is very sociable. His foster mom adores him and describes his personality as “very chill and sweet as can be.” He is a good eater who especially loves his veggies, and he uses his litter box like a champ.
Watching Kramer zoom around the living room, you’d never know that his right hind leg sticks out at a funny angle. It doesn’t seem to impact his movement at all, and his behavior and activity level are the same as any young bunny. We had our expert rabbit vet look him over thoroughly. The vet said that Kramer may have previously injured or dislocated his knee, or possibly he was just born this way. The vet said that x-rays would help determine the cause, but since Kramer is happy, active, and not at all bothered by the leg, he didn’t see any point in taking x-rays at this point. He said Kramer has movement and feeling in the leg, which is a good thing. The vet’s recommendations were to keep fluffy bedding available at all times, make sure Kramer has soft, non-slippery walking surfaces, and monitor him for any changes in his demeanor or behavior. This was very good news indeed!
We pulled Kramer from a busy city shelter, because we knew that he might have a harder time finding a home than the rabbits with four normal legs. We could see what a happy, wonderful bunny he was and knew we just had to help him. Now all we need is an attentive, responsible person or family to give Kramer a caring home where he’ll have lots of human interaction and be loved and appreciated forever.
For more information about Kramer, or to arrange a time to meet him, contact email@example.com.
Please learn about proper rabbit care before deciding to adopt. Rabbits are NOT easy, low maintenance, “starter” pets! To learn more, check out the website www.rabbit.org and the book, House Rabbit Handbook, by Marinell Harriman.
ACDC’s rabbit director can also provide you with a packet of rabbit care information. You may contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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