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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