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Facts about Orlando "Orlie"

  • Breed: English Spot Mix
  • Color: White
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Standard
  • Sex: Male
  • Hair: Short

My name is Orlando "Orlie"!

English Spot Mix for adoption in West Los Angeles, California - Orlando "Orlie"
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Important Note

Orlando "Orlie" is best friends with Appassionata “Passion Girl”. Please adopt both of them so they can stay together!

Orlando "Orlie"'s Info...

I am already neutered and housetrained.

Orlando "Orlie"'s Story...
Update February 2014: Just had my fourth birthday. Am enjoying life with Appassionata, my love. Just wish we had an entire house instead of just the kitchen!!!

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Update October 2013. Yes, in a few months I’ll be four years old. I so love having Appassionata as my soulmate. Even though I help the Lisamom with all kinds of administrative tasks, there was always an emptiness in my heart which now is filled with joyous rapture!!! So here I am with Appassionata — a pair of LARGE, four year old rabbits still waiting for a REAL home. Indoors and cage free of course. Please read our extensive bios!!!!
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Update April 2013. One of life’s mysteries how there can be so many incredible rabbits looking for furever homes in Los Angeles. What is to be done??? Well, in my case I hitched myself to a star!!! That would be Appassionata, my Passion-girl. We are bonded and must go together but for the moment I seldom need to adopt the “downward facing Orlie” yoga position. Please come and visit!!!
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Orlie checking in 2/26/12. I weighed 8 lbs today and my calendar says I’m two years old. So what have I been doing since the last communication??? Well, I’ve been training foster mom and she is a slow learner. So I have OCCUPIED the kitchen. Kitchen is mine. Amazing how easy it is to trick foster mom into handing over extra treats. Slice of carrot, sliver of apple…mmmmmmmm!!!! That no doubt accounts for my hitting the 8 lb mark.

Even more than treats I love pets. So I’ve had to train the mom to pay attention to me almost non-stop when she is in the kitchen. Clever, huh??? Yes, we’re a barefoot group here most of the time. I prompt the mom by nudging her foot with my soft schnozzie and whiskers and voila!!!! she goes into yoga poses balancing on one foot and stroking me with the other!!! I make sure to be underfoot as it were, even when she is giving meds to some bun!!!

I love to check in with the girls from our LA Five so I’ve trained mom to bring me the soft carrier so I can hop in and be transported to the xpen run in the other room. We larger rabbits really dislike being picked up by tose five fingered human hands. So hard on the ribs you know.

I’ve had several dates with bachelorette bunnygirls. I’m still waiting to meet the one for me!!! Meanwhile…….are you thinking of bringing a burly bun into your home to train you??? I am very qualified and longing for a furever home.

Your burly bundude, Orlando.

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About Rabbits Rule LA

About Our Rescue Group...

We are a foster home organization located in West Los Angeles, dedicated to plus-sized, overlooked and undervalued rabbits. Please note that we do not have a facility and cannot accept rabbits that need to be re-homed.

Lisa Edmondson has been a volunteer with Los Angeles Animal Services since 2005. The bunnies at Rabbits Rule LA are from the LAAS shelter.

Come Meet Our Pets...

By appointment only. We are located in West Los Angeles.

Our Adoption Process...

First call for an interview, and you will be given an appointment. When you arrive you will be given a form to fill out. There is a $60 adoption fee. Your home must be indoors and cage free for the bunny. Home visits and checks are part of our services.