found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
I am already neutered and housetrained.
SOX is a neutered male, Dutch dwarf mix and was about 3 months old when he was rescued in October 2008. He is black with a lovely white blaze running down his nose, and a white chest. He also looks like he stepped in fresh white paint, as only the bottoms of his four feet are pure white! He is loves zooming around his exercise pen, doing kicks and spins, showing off those adorable little white feet. He enjoys having an audience and puts on quite a show! Sox has great litter box habits, and will be a great addition to any loving home.
Sox is in foster care. If you’d like to know more about or to arrange a meeting with Sox, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 949-366-6598. Please do not contact the shelter as they will not be able to assist you with this rabbit.
Please review this very informative rabbit intro video before you adopt:
Rabbits make excellent pets. They are intelligent, social animals capable of forming lifelong bonds with their human companions. Whether housed in a small apartment or a spacious home, the quiet, well-mannered house rabbit will be a welcome addition. Their playful antics will warm your heart for years to come. A well-cared-for house rabbit can a lifespan of seven to ten years or longer.
To adopt one of these rabbits, you need to be 18 years or older and will be interviewed. We recommend that all members of your household interact with the rabbit to make the best match for everyone. We adopt to indoor homes only, and adopt to the best home, not necessarily the first applicant.
Please call if you are interested in finding out more about the unique personalities of each of our wonderful rabbits.
Rabbit adoptions are $40 each and include a spay or neuter, a checkup by a qualified rabbit veterinarian, and litter box training. Our rabbits are fed the diet recommended by the House Rabbit Society.