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My name is Pipin!

Lop-Eared Mix for adoption in Novato, California - Pipin
Photo 1 - Lop-Eared Mix for adoption in Novato, California - Pipin
Photo 2 - Lop-Eared Mix for adoption in Novato, California - Pipin
Photo 3 - Lop-Eared Mix for adoption in Novato, California - Pipin
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I'm being cared for by:
Marin Humane Society

Facts about Pipin

  • Breed: Lop-Eared Mix
  • Color: Unknown
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Dwarf
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: 196039
  • Hair: Unknown
Pipin is the more quieter one of this pair. Overall he's easy to pick-up, likes to be petted, tolerates being held but is not as outgoing with people as Anna. He also needs a box or wicker toy to hide in if he gets scared. If his new family has children, they need to respect his personality and give him time to trust them. This pair will keep you smiling especially when you catch them grooming each other or sleeping next to each other for extra warmth.

Both of these bunnies were easy to do a nail trim on. We think they will be able to handle older/calm children but, of course, parents should supervise all interactions. These two had a large x-pen enclosure in their previous home and that's what we recommend for them as well. If you have space, they really should have two x-pens. Rabbits can never have enough indoor space to burn off energy. In their first home they lived with a dog and cat that were calm with them. Their previous family gave them a variety of vegetables which they should have daily.

Adopting a pair of rabbits does not create more work. And, you won't worry as much if you end-up being gone most of the day. Rabbits who have a best friend are happier and tend to live longer.(See Anna's card for more care information.)
Primary Color: White
Secondary Color: Brown
Weight: 4.36
Age: 2yrs 8mths 3wks
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About Marin Humane Society

About Our Shelter...

Founded in 1907, The Marin Humane Society is a progressive, award-winning animal shelter, offering refuge and rehabilitation to nearly 8,000 animals each year through myriad community services including: adoptions, foster care, behavior and training, humane education, classes, lost and found pet services, low-cost veterinary clinics, volunteer opportunities and more.

Come Meet Our Pets...

Thank you for your interest in our adoption services. We hope we can assist you in finding a perfect animal companion for you and your family.

From dogs and cats to rabbits and birds, each of the thousands of animals available for adoption each year is placed in a new loving home through the MHS Adoption Center. There are no time limits to make the perfect match.


The Marin Humane Society Adoption Center is open Tuesday through Sunday, from
10 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.; Wednesdays until 6:30 p.m. Closed Mondays and Holidays.

Email Adoptions (make sure to provide your phone number), call the Adoption Center at (415) 506-6225, or listen to the Adoption Hotline (415) 506-6214.

Please provide a phone number where we can reach you so that you will receive a prompt response!

Our Adoption Process...

Please call (415) 506-6225 for more information on fees, requirements, etc. or visit our adoption process page: http://www.marinhumanesociety.org/Adoptions/Adoptions.html