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My name is Guinness!
Facts about Guinness
- Breed: Mini Lop Mix
- Color: Blond/Golden
- Age: Senior
- Size: Standard
- Sex: Male
- Hair: Short
I am already neutered and housetrained.
Guinness got his name because he is the colour of beer, and he is a little "stout" - ! He is a wonderful, eight year old gentleman of a bunny who was brought to the shelter because his people were movng and could not take him to their new home.
We are sure that at eight years old the situation has been confusing to Guinness. In addition, although he was adopted out to a woman whom we thought was committed to loving and caring for him his whole life, she turned out not to be the person we thought she was, and for no fault of his own he has been returned to us again after just a few months at his new home.. We are definately going to be extra, extra picky about any future adopters for him - this boy deserves the best!
Guinness is very friendly and loveable, and enjoys being with people. Although he does not like to be picked up until he gets to know you he is happy to sit next to you (even in your lap) and be loved on. He has had a full vet exam and appears to be in very good health.
Guinness' litter box skills have gotten very good since he has been neutered and he is beginning to figure out what toys are all about. He is generally a quiet and loveable bunny and would do well in a calm, adult home.
We would love to see this older bunny have a happy home - forever!! Wouldn't you love to have Guinness?!
If you are interested in obtaining a rabbit for a companion, please do lots of research. We recommend the information from The House Rabbit Society (www.rabbit.org) or the "Morfz" site (http://homepage.mac.com/mattocks/morfz/rabcare.html).
The adoption fee is $50 which includes the spay/neuter fee and a new rabbit kit. All of our rabbits have received full vet check ups. We adopt to indoor. We do not adopt rabbits as pets for small children. However, rabbits are wonderful house pets for adults! We consider homes with older children, dogs or ferrets on a case-by-case basis.
If you are over 21 and have the time, energy, love and financial resources to care for a rabbit (not to mention a good sense of humor!) we would be happy to talk to you about adopting one of our fabulous foster bunnies!
If you are interested in adopting a bunny from us please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include your phone number so that we may contact you about the adoption.
Please note we are a little picky – we love these bunnies and since they have already been through the shelter once we want to make sure they have a great home the second time around! We do screen applicants carefully, as well as require a home visit.