Here is Bananapant's story:
Bananapants'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 his 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!
Bananapants is a wacky little guy who is all teenager - meaning he likes to get into mischief! He also loves his toys and is easily distracted with cardboard boxes and paper towel tubes filled with hay. He also likes toss toys and willow balls. We think he is going to be a lover of fine dining as he enjoys sampling new kinds of hay and always finishes his veggies. Bananapants is easy going and does like to be petted and loved on, when he isn't busy exploring and checking out his toys. He has been neutered and is very good with his litter box. He comes with his own high-backed litter box as he is one of those bunnies who likes to back up to the very edge, and sometimes goes over the side. The high-backed box takes care of that problem! Bananapants would like a home with adults and possibly an older child. Even though he is so outgoing we think he'd like a quieter home, and one where he would have some room to roam around and explore.
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