Laddie is a four pound neutered male bunny who was rescued from a Maryland shelter in February and is now ready for his forever home. He is an excellent jumper, and loves to jump from his cage to your shoulder!
Laddie is a VERY active bunny. He enjoys running the bunny 500 down long hallways and playing behind blinds. He seems to really enjoy small spaces and is very smart about finding different places to hide. He is very verbal about wanting something: he makes little noises when he's near you and thumps when you don't seem to be paying attention. He seems to be calmed down by playing music, but also enjoys a nice hour alone in a bunny loaf in a cool room. While he acts like he doesn't want to be pet, he will lay himself out and get into a comfortable position for long petting sessions. He also has no problems being picked up and being pet in your lap. He takes a little while to warm up to jumping up on beds or couches and when he is exploring, will get very cautious about letting anyone see him do it. He is okay with kitchen tiles, but prefers to be on carpet or mats. He's a fantastic veggie eater and usually takes his time eating his pellets in the morning. He also drinks a lot of water (and is kind of noisy about it, haha). He's still working on his litter box skills, so you'll find a lot of little presents around your home. He is a great hay eater and will dig into hay to find the best pieces. He also likes to jump up on piles of clean laundry.
If you're interested in adopting Laddie, please fill out the application at http://www.friendsofrabbits.org/forms/form?verify=abc123&formid=3852 and email Friends of Rabbits at firstname.lastname@example.org. and someone will call or email you to schedule a visit. His adoption fee is $75. Laddie is fostered in Laurel, MD.
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