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My name is Scout!

New Zealand Mix for adoption in Tustin, California - Scout
Photo 1 - New Zealand Mix for adoption in Tustin, California - Scout
Photo 2 - New Zealand Mix for adoption in Tustin, California - Scout
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I'm being cared for by:
Save SomeBunny Rabbit Rescue, inc

Facts about Scout

  • Breed: New Zealand Mix
  • Color: White
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Standard
  • Sex: Male
  • Hair: Medium
Scout is about 10 1/2 lbs of big lovable goofball. He's very playful and bouncy and would love to romp around your home and entertain you with his antics. Scout is fond of head pets and will also let you hold him. Scout likes to hop up on his favorite chair but doesn't ever jump as high as the bed. He's very good at using his litter box and his only bad habit is pulling hay out and eating it next to his box. Sometimes gnaws on the trim, particularly at the doorway to the other foster bunnies.
He shares a room with an elderly feral cat because one of the other fosters was chasing the cat but he gives her space and isn't bothered by her.
Scout and his 3 siblings were seen being dumped out of a box in the woods. They were only about 3 months old and such tiny poofballs! We're so glad they were lucky enough to be rescued!

To learn more about Scout, contact his foster mom Jaime at (949)954-0790 from 9am to midnight, or at jaimesue@gmail.com. Or call Kim from 9am to 8pm at (949)554-9007.

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About Save SomeBunny Rabbit Rescue, inc

About Our Rescue Group...

Save SomeBunny Rabbit Rescue, Inc. was established in 2014 by a small group of rabbit lovers who met while volunteering at the Irvine Animal Care Center. Over time we saw that rabbits with treatable medical conditions were sometimes candidates for euthanasia because the expense for cure, maintenance, or even end-of-life hospice would be too great for municipal animal shelters to justify.

We formed a non-profit 501c (3) rescue organization run entirely by volunteers to provide medical care and rehabilitation for Orange County shelter rabbits. Our goals include the rescue, rehabilitation and placement of treatable rabbits, plus public education regarding proper rabbit care.

We rely on public donations. 100% of monies go directly to our bunnies to pay for veterinary care, drugs & medical supplies, hay, pellets, fresh greens, housing, spay/neuter, advertising, event supplies, office supplies, toys and other needed environmental enrichments. The rabbits are housed with foster families during their treatment, rehabilitation, and while waiting for their forever homes.

Come Meet Our Pets...

Call or email to set up an appointment at your convenience.

Our Adoption Process...

We require potential adopters to complete a pre-adoption questionnaire, and to meet our bunny prior to adoption. If our rabbit is to be a companion to an current pet rabbit, we require that they meet prior to finalization of the adoption. The current pet must be spayed/neutered at least four weeks prior to the "bunny date". This introduction can take place at an adoption event, the adopter's home, or our foster's home. Fees are $60 ($100 for a bonded pair) and all rabbits are spayed/neutered and microchipped.