Here is Sugarpie's story:
Sugarpie's person originally got two bunnies from a man who told her they were two girls. Unfortunately, he didn't know how to sex bunnies because several months later a litter of three babies appeared! At the time her person was moving and despite her best efforts in the chaos her momma bunny got pregnant again (did you know bunnies can get pregnant the day they give birth?!) Another litter of 10 appeared! Taylor is keeping Momma, Poppa and the older group, and we are trying to help her find wonderful homes for the the ten younger ones..
All of these babies have been loved on and cared for since the day they were born, and they are just angels! Both mom and dad have wonderful snuggly personalities. If you want an affectionate young bunny, this is your chance!
Sugarpie in particular is very social and handleable, and she is also a bit mischievous! She loves to play with her toys and explore, and she also likes to get up on the ledge in her crate and watch the world go by. We would love to see her in a home where she has tons of room to roam and lots of social time with her people. For such a young bunny her litter skills are very nice! Sugarpie has been spayed, and earned the nickname of "Sugar Monster" when she proved herself to be an expert at getting her stitches out (hence the photo of her in a stylish double e-collar!). She is now completely healed, and she's ready for a new adventure...in your home!
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