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Mopsy has been in foster care during her time with us. Here is what her foster mom wrote about her:
"Mopsy is a beautiful, sweet natured girl. She can be a little shy at first, but if you are very slow and gentle with her she will soon become your best friend. Right now she has a whole room to herself and likes to hang out with me when I study in the evenings and she nose-pokes me for treats. She is litter trained and she loves to run around and jump in the whole house. As a prey animal rabbits generally don`t like to be picked up but Mopsy will tolerate it if need be. Right now Mopsy is working on some clicker training and learning some cool tricks - we have `stand up` mastered. She is easily motivated by food, and she comes running with the crinkle of the treat bag. She has found out that a little bit of pomegranate is super yummy! She will give lots of loving chin rubs to the hand that feeds her. Mopsy is a very clean and easy bunny who just wants a loving human to love her and spend time with her."
In the past Mopsy has gotten along with different rabbits, but now that she is blind she's a bit more nervous about meeting new friends. She was sharing her foster home with another rabbit to which she was bonded, but unfortunately, he passed away in October & now she's all alone again. Mopsy may be able to be bonded to another male rabbit in the future (she has bonded with two males separately in the past) but it may take some time for her to get used to a new friend. If you have the time & rabbit introduction experience it would be nice for her to have a friend again. Mopsy is currently quite happy living as an only-rabbit so will likely do well in a home by herself as long as she has lots of human attention.
If you'd like more info about Mopsy, please email email@example.com. She is currently waiting for a foster home; our Foster-to-Adopt program is a great option to inquire about for Mopsy.
Please note that Mopsy has been spayed. The photo of her was taken before she developed cataracts.