My name is Leon!

Lop, Holland Mix for adoption in Tampa, Florida - Leon
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I'm being cared for by:
Tampa Bay House Rabbit Rescue

Facts about Leon

  • Breed: Lop, Holland Mix
  • Color: White
  • Age: Young
  • Size: Standard
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: R2016040
  • Hair: Unknown
** Please note: As a bonded pair, Juno and Leon must be adopted together. // Leon was found as a baby under someone's gutter drainpipe in east Tampa. A dirty, unkepmt, and malnourished bunny as a result of his living situation, he has cleaned up, grown up, and is as healthy as can be. // *All TBHRR rabbits are spayed or neutered, vet checked and on flea prevention. Please see our adoption procedure and apply to adopt here:

About Tampa Bay House Rabbit Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

Tampa Bay House Rabbit Rescue is an all volunteer run, donation-funded no-kill rescue. We strive to help other rabbit rescues both in Florida and throughout the US.

TBHRR is committed to bettering the lives of house rabbits through education. We offer free bunny basics class and are always willing to give advice and help bunny families out whenever possible.

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You can keep up to date with our adoption events via our facebook page:

Our Adoption Process...

Our normal adoption process is Application, Review, Foster, Adopt. First you need to fill out our foster or adoption application on our website Then we review it, discuss it with you further, and provide you with a beginning rabbit education through our Bunny Basics class. (The class is free, and we do this for everyone, even prior rabbit owners, as some of what you might have learned previously could have changed with more recent understanding of bunny biology.) Then we ask you to fill out our foster contract and actually foster the rabbit for a month or two; this is to ensure that you like the bunny's personality and learn that rabbit's behavior (and the rabbit learns your household routine), and you get some practice caring for the rabbit without the risk of taking full ownership. Assuming everything works out, then we formalize the adoption through our adoption contract. For a single rabbit, the adoption fee is $65, and a bonded pair is $100. If things don't work out, then we help you select another rabbit if you want.

We invite you to follow us on Facebook at, which is where we post the latest updates regarding our rescue.