Good news--You no longer have to travel to England to see Pippa and her new hus-bun, James! This young, glamorous, and active couple are looking for a stateside home with lots of room to frolic and play. Royal connections and palaces are optional, although special consideration will be given to applicants named Kate or William.
James is a frisky, spunky guy who loves to run and jump, is very curious and friendly, and frequently kisses his little lady, Pippa. He is definitely the more outgoing one of the pair. Pippa is a bit shy at first but loves petting once she warms up to you and will even nudge you for more pets. She likes to climb on things and loves to snuggle with James. Both of these bunnies are adorable, gentle, and affectionate.
James and Pippa are quite young (born this past February) and, like all baby bunnies, are very energetic and need lots of space to run and play. We’re looking for a home without small kids or dogs, where they will get lots of attention and, of course, the royal treatment! James currently weighs about 4 lbs. and Pippa weighs just over 2 lbs., and they both still have some growing to do.James and Pippa are very committed to each other, and they must be adopted together. You may contact their social secretary, Her Royal Highness firstname.lastname@example.org, for more information or to schedule a time to meet them.
Please learn about proper rabbit care before deciding to adopt. Rabbits are NOT easy, low maintenance, “starter” pets! To learn more, check out the websites www.rabbit.org and http://www.bestfriends.org/theanimals/petcare/bunnies.cfm, and the book, House Rabbit Handbook, by Marinell Harriman.
ACDC’s rabbit director can also provide you with a packet of rabbit care information. Contact her at email@example.com.
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