My name is Ribbon!

American for adoption in Novato, California - Ribbon
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I'm being cared for by:
Marin Humane Society

Facts about Ribbon

  • Breed: American
  • Color: Unknown
  • Age: Unknown
  • Size: Dwarf
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 222037
  • Hair: Unknown
Ribbon is one lucky bunny! She was transferred here from a San Francisco shelter and was one of 40 rabbits saved from becoming food or a pet. Someone put an ad on the web offering free rabbits for either purpose. Fortunately all were saved and now Ribbon is looking to become part of a family. She will require a yearly vet exam and nail trimming about every 4-6 months.

Ribbon is new to us and we are starting to get to know her. Overall we have found her to be outgoing, curious, easy to pick-up and she tolerates being held for short periods of time. She's also pretty mellow and has handled the shelter noises just fine. We do know she was in a foster home after her rescue and they did not report any issues with her personality.

All rabbits need time outside of their enclosure to burn off energy and to kick up their feet! A long hallway or a room they haven't been in before will do the trick. Getting out of their enclosure for 2-3 hours a day is critical. Not only does it help with boredom, but it helps with moving their food through their delicate system.

She should eat unlimited amounts of Timothy, Oat hay and/or Orchard Grass hay, 2-3 tablespoons of pellets each (no dried fruit or nut mixes), a small handful of veggies and an occasional piece of fruit as a treat.
Primary Color: Pointed White/Himi
Secondary Color: Brown
Weight: 6.74

About Marin Humane Society

About Our Shelter...

Founded in 1907, The Marin Humane Society is a progressive, award-winning animal shelter, offering refuge and rehabilitation to nearly 8,000 animals each year through myriad community services including: adoptions, foster care, behavior and training, humane education, classes, lost and found pet services, low-cost veterinary clinics, volunteer opportunities and more.

Come Meet Our Pets...

Thank you for your interest in our adoption services. We hope we can assist you in finding a perfect animal companion for you and your family.

From dogs and cats to rabbits and birds, each of the thousands of animals available for adoption each year is placed in a new loving home through the MHS Adoption Center. There are no time limits to make the perfect match.

The Marin Humane Society Adoption Center is open Tuesday through Sunday, from
10 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.; Wednesdays until 6:30 p.m. Closed Mondays and Holidays.

Email Adoptions (make sure to provide your phone number), call the Adoption Center at (415) 506-6225, or listen to the Adoption Hotline (415) 506-6214.

Please provide a phone number where we can reach you so that you will receive a prompt response!

Our Adoption Process...

Please call (415) 506-6225 for more information on fees, requirements, etc. or visit our adoption process page: