Ginger may be a special needs bunny, but she sure doesn't know it. Born in 2015, she came from Las Vegas and has some rear legs issues. She does scoot around just fine and does not have any butt bath issues. She is on no pain meds for her injuries, as this is not painful to her.
Ginger is a people friendly bunny, but does have some resource guarding issues when we try to bond her with other bunnies, so she may end up being a single bunny, as we are having a difficult time trying to bond her with other rabbits. We think these resource guarding issues are because she was a street bunny and food and water did not come easy for her. Thankfully, a nice lady in Vegas came to her rescue and was able to get her to Best Friends.
She may be a little bunny, but she eats like a horse! She is definitely not a picky eater, and will happily chomp on anything you give her. She spends a lot of time grooming her teddy bear, and keeping herself well groomed, as well.
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