We are currently accepting adoption applications for Franklin. You can request an application by emailing email@example.com.
Franklin is a male Polish rabbit born in January 2015. Polish rabbits fall into the dwarf category. He is neutered. He is not yet potty trained, but we hope that his neuter will help. Metal playpens with a coroplast bottom are a great way to keep your floor safe and clean. Franklin gets along with the female rabbit that he met. He gets along with dogs that are not prey driven. Franklin is not to be left unattended with any other animals for his safety and theirs. Franklin tolerates being held. He does like attention and room to play. Franklin is an indoor animal that requires space. Franklin is not to be housed outside, in a hutch, nor exclusively in a "rabbit cage." He does enjoy supervised play time outdoors in his playpen.
Franklin requires hay pellets and Timothy hay daily. He also needs chew treats, play toys, and tunnels. Franklin can have some fresh foods daily (parsley, celery) and other foods on occasion (carrots, broccoli, bananas, pears, cilantro).
Please be aware that we are not a "first come, first served" rescue. We will choose the most fitting home for Franklin. We will provide proof of neuter, proof of veterinarian examination, any/all other vet records under our care, and an information/care guide.
Average Lifespan: 8-14 years.
Grooming: Brushing, nail trimming when necessary, spot cleaning with a damp cloth when necessary, NO baths.
Activity Time: Crepuscular, meaning they are most active at dusk and dawn.
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