My name is Max!

Californian for adoption in Kingston, Ontario - Max
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Kingston Animal Rescue

Facts about Max

  • Breed: Californian
  • Color: White
  • Age: Young
  • Size: Standard
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: 11374495-16-031a
  • Hair: Short

A big, white, teddy-bear of a bunny with the most adorable markings on his ears, nose and tail, Max is a gentle and friendly sweetheart who hops his way into the hearts of everyone he meets.

Found abandoned in a conservation area with his two siblings, Max has quickly adjusted to the comforts of domestic life, living in an over-sized pen with lots of supervised playtime.

His excellent litter habits and lack of chewing behaviour have meant that Max has been able to explore his surroundings. He has learned to climb the stairs like a pro, and quite frequently will hop up on the couch to watch TV with his foster parents.

Max greets anyone who approaches him by standing on his hind legs and asking for a pet. His gentle nature makes his foster family believe he would do extremely well in a home with children and other pets.

While a docile soul, when he is feeling energized, Max will zoom and binky high enough to earn a perfect "10" score in the Bunny Olympics. He likes to show off and, for a bunny, he can be a real ham!

This wonderful bunny will surely enrich the lives of his furever family. He's just waiting to hop into the right arms!

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About Kingston Animal Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

We are a volunteer-run, “no-kill” animal rescue group dedicated to making a difference.

RESCUE: We rescue and find forever homes for animals in need using a network of foster homes.

REHABILITATION: We provide all animals with proper veterinary care, housing and nutrition, spay or neuter, and a loving foster home for socialization and recovery.

ADOPTION: As a “no-kill” rescue, our animals stay in foster homes until they are adopted.

EDUCATION: We educate the public about animal issues such as: proper care, the pet overpopulation crisis, the need to spay/neuter, and the importance of adoption.

Our Adoption Process...

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