Colleen was rescued in the Field of Dreams Park in Massapequa on St. Patrick’s Day 2012. She was found eating dead branches under pine trees not far from railroad tracks.
Colleen gets so excited when she knows it's meal or treat time; she runs towards her foster mom with her big pink ears flopping in the wind! Colleen loves her food, but she also loves nose rubs, kisses and rubs on her cheeks.
Colleen’s size is deceiving when you see the acrobatics that she can do: jumps on the couch to watch TV and binkies high in the air! For a while, we considered Colleen a special needs bunny but she is flourishing in her newest foster home-- no longer on pain meds for her arthritic knee, no longer sways or wobbles and down to the perfect weight.
Her beautiful ruby eyes sparkle like never before… and she is more than ready for her forever family.
Our adoption procedure includes a phone interview, home visit, and any necessary education of potential adopters. There is an adoption fee to help defray the cost of veterinary care and spay/neuter of the bunnies we find homes for. For more information about adoptions, please email us: email@example.com
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