I am already neutered and housetrained.
Rescued from Hamilton Animal Control and currently in foster care, Benjamin was found as a stray. It was pretty obvious from the day we rescued him that Benjamin's previous owners didn't take very good care of him. His underside is badly stained and he has patches of fur missing from his feet. This is caused by urine burn, and/or from being forced to sit on an unclean wire bottom cage for an extended period of time. Benjamin is now living in a large open pen, instead of a small commercial cage so his feet can heal properly, and so he can enjoy being able to move around in a space that allows him to hop, run and stretch out like every bunny wants to! His foster family is working on litter training him. Benjamin should continue to be housed in a pen or similar enclosure in his adoptive home. Benjamin is a sweet and gentle bunny who deserves a new home after all he's been through.
There is a $50 adoption donation fee to adopt Benjamin.
Contact the Ladybird Animal Sanctuary
Please adopt Benjamin!