Katalia is a gentle soul and is a senior bunny at about 9 years of age. She has been a pleasure to have here. She has served on out outreach education team and has brought joy to many people that have met her. The picture is of her in one of her favorite things sleeping like a baby. She actually will stay like this as long as you leave her. She is a spayed female Holland Lop. She is an amazing bunny with a wonderful personality and looks. She is a real find in the world of bunnies and we are seeking a truly dedicated and experienced bunny home for her. Only the best for Miss Katalia and her best bunny buddy Emery. Last picture is of handsome Emery. First 2 are of pretty little baby girl Katalia.
Rabbit Adoption donations are 125.00 for a bonded pair. Why are RED Rabbit donations 85.00 or 125.00? This is a donation to support RED's life saving mission. You are not buying a rabbit you are adopting a life. RED loses money on every rabbit adoption due to vet neutering costs and care cost so please don't ask for a donation break or why a rabbit is 85.00 or a pair is 125.00. RED must cover some of these costs to help ther animals who are waiting for help. Rabbits require quality food and care and are not a inexpensive animal to vet. Please research these costs. RED screens for rabbits just like all RED animals. Rabbits lives count as much and cost as much to care for as a dog or cat. We take the well being and lives of these wonderful creatures seriously. If you are a dedicated rabbit lover and would like a super little rabbit to join your life please apply. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for out RED rabbit application.
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