Here isher story:
Willow came to her foster mom as an Easter "dump" and was surrendered when her people couldn't care for her any longer. She has been searching for her forever home ever since.
Willow enjoys hopping/climbing on furniture, hopping up on people while exploring, chewing boxes, playing with her bell, and jumping in and out of her 2 tier cat-cozy house. Occasionally she also lands one of her big feet in her water bowl when she's running around having fun!
Willow is quite the explorer. She loves to climb and jump up on couches, her 2 tier cat-cozy home, chairs, stairs, really anywhere. She is so into exploring that her home must be absolutely bunny proofed. All cords are in protectors as well as power strips for her protection.
She loves to run the Bunny '500' in a carpeted space! She tries on a hardwood floor but she slides around a little bit. She'll jump up and down off the couch and run without stopping (and you as well!). She jumps almost 4 feet high with little effort so that will need to be taken into consideration when you're bunny proofing your home. I have plants and they are sufficiently out of her reach up high. She's currently housed in a 4 foot tall x-pen when she's home alone or her foster mom is asleep or at work which keeps her contained and safe.
Willow needs to be an only bun she does not like the company of other bunnies. She does, however enjoy dogs and has supervised play dates with her foster 'aunts' 22 pound terrier mix. Pictures can be seen in the photo album titled Willow & Riley.
If you were interested in adopting Willow and would like to try to bond her with another rabbit with time, that is OK, but if the bond did not take you would need to be committed to keeping Willow in a space adequate for her alone.
Like most rabbits, she does not like to be held, but will lay down and enjoy head rubs. She seeks out affection if you sit on the floor with her or let her up on the furniture. Her favorite thing seems to be to jump on foster mom's back if she's laying down on her belly. She's certainly not a shy girl!
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