I am such a tiny bunny girl that I can hide in all kinds of small household objects and you’ll hardly know I’m there. Check out my pictures! I’m in a baseball glove…and then I’m in a Kleenex box… Who knows where I’ll show up next! Actually, my foster mom was posing me in these silly objects just so you could see how small I am. Please do not try this at home! Since I’m still a baby (born in June), I won’t be this little for long. We’re not sure just how big I’ll get, but we think I’ll end up being medium size, about 5 or 6 lbs.
I am a really special breed of rabbit—a Rex—that many people have never even seen! Rex rabbits are sometimes called Velveteen Rabbits. That’s because we have thick, plush fur that feels just like velvet. No other rabbit breed has this kind of fur, and—not to brag or anything—some people think that makes us very special. My fur is shiny and jet black, and my foster mom thinks I am cute as a button!
I am the product of a pair of bunnies whose owner did not know about the importance of spay/neuter. Before she knew it, this woman had more bunnies than she was able to take care of. As ACDC’s rabbit director will tell you, rabbits reproduce like, um, rabbits, and it’s very hard to find good homes for all of them.
Like all baby bunnies, I am curious and active. I’d like a home where I will receive lots of love and attention, as well as good care. Due to my small, delicate size, I will need a family without very young children. Does your home fit the bill? If so, and you’d like more information about me or would like to meet me, please contact our rabbit director at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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 email@example.com.
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