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My name is Lucky!

Flemish Giant Mix for adoption in Miami, Florida - Lucky
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I'm being cared for by:
Houserabbit Adoption, Rescue, and Education, Inc. (H.A.R.E.)

Facts about Lucky

  • Breed: Flemish Giant Mix
  • Color: Agouti
  • Age: Young
  • Size: Giant
  • Sex: Male
  • Hair: Short
I am a 6-8-month old male bunny and I want to tell you how I got my name and ask you to please help me find my “Forever Bunny Home.” When I was very young my left back leg was injured, and whoever had me at the time did not bother to take me to the vet for treatment. The injury healed on its own, but one of my joints is not flexible but I was so LUCKY. I adjusted and I can hop as high and fast as any other bunny.

Then about five weeks ago I was abandoned in a neighborhood on a street filled with cars and yards filled with dogs but again I was so LUCKY. I was fast and hid until I hopped into a safe yard. The family could not believe their eyes and they brought me carrots. I was tired and hungry but I knew I was so LUCKY. I could finally rest. I love people and attention so this was a blessing. I was taken to a doctor who confirmed my injury was old and causing no problems. I was so LUCKY. I weighed in at 4.6 pounds and was given a clean bill of health. Most importantly, I was given the name of H.A.R.E. to help with my search for my forever home.

I have gotten bigger during these weeks, eating not only my rabbit pellets and Timothy Hay but carrots, apples, cilantro , parsley and spinach are some of my favorites. I have been so LUCKY. I am a curious bunny and when anyone comes to my cage I hop to greet them and see what is going to happen. Besides being so tame and sweet, I love to have a good ear rub. Because I have been so LUCKY, I am a good bunny and have learned to keep my cage very clean and dry because of my very good litter box habits. I put 98% of my” LUCKY CHARMS” in the box. I would make an excellent “house rabbit”, and boy would I love the space to explore, exercise or just chill!”

I think you can understand why I am called LUCKY. I understand why the family I found cannot keep me. I am asking if you can please help us and find me a home to share with another bunny or human bunny family. I am a positive happy bunny so I know my LUCK has not run out and I am waiting on my next adventure.

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About Houserabbit Adoption, Rescue, and Education, Inc. (H.A.R.E.)

About Our Rescue Group...

H.A.R.E.'s mission is to educate the public about rabbits as indoor companion animals as worthy of long-term commitment as a dog or cat, and to rescue, rehabilitate, and re-home abandoned, neglected domestic rabbits into forever homes.

We also rescue and rehabilitate wild rabbit species (cottontails and hares), and release native species to the localities where they were rescued. Exotic wild lagomorph species are given permanent sanctuary in a natural setting at H.A.R.E.

Come Meet Our Pets...

Our "shelter" is a private home, so rabbit visits are by appointment only. Please email us at rabbit@bio.miami.edu to set up an appointment.

Our Adoption Process...

Our adoption fee for a single rabbit is $75, and $125 for a bonded pair. Interested potential adopters should download and complete the adoption application here: http://www.bio.miami.edu/hare/adoption.doc and send it to us at: rabbit@bio.miami.edu

We strongly recommend that any potential adopter of a rabbit visit the House Rabbit Society "Rabbits 101" web site before considering adoption, as rabbits have special needs and are not at all like dogs and cats.