Lucy (brown #10-0008) is bonded to Bishop (white #13-011); they must be adopted together. Lucy came to us more than three years ago with her sister, Lexi, when their time ran out at a regional shelter. Sadly, Lexi, a special needs bunny, passed away in the spring of 2014. Lucy was recently bonded to Bishop to help her heal, as she was quite distraught without her sister. Lucy and Bishop get along wonderfully and love to do pretty much everything together. Both are friendly bunnies that are very comfortable around people and other animals (including cats and dogs). They have perfect litter habits. Bishop loves to play and renovate boxes, while Lucy is more of a laid back, take it easy kind of gal. Breakfast time is their favourite time of day – they take turns chasing each other around in excitement and then dig into the same bowl and eat together peacefully. Because she was previously bonded to a special needs bunny, Lucy has been in foster care since 2010. These two would love nothing more than to find their very own forever family.
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