I was surrendered to the rescue by someone who drove from Winston Salem NC
to Wilmington to make sure that I went to a good home. The person who surrendered me (with a litter of babies and an adult female) said that we were dropped off at her house and 3 days the female adult I was with gave birth to babies. The person that surrendered us to the rescue said they could not find anyone that wanted us other than people who intended to eat us. The female (Blossom) was separated from me because I would not stop marking on her and peeing on her coat. We were litter box trained until coming to our rescue however, both of us are doing exceptionally well since being separated. Oleander is friendly, sweet, and sometimes nervous at first until he gets to trust you. He was a previous hutch rabbit so we do not think he would be good with small children.
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