Estimated birth date: May, 2011
If you are interested in Bunny Rabbit, pease contact her foster parent: Irene at Catchic415@aol.com or 305-962-4439.
Bunny Rabbit got her name since from a distance she looks like a rabbit! . She and her brother, Peter Rabbit, were running around a parking lot where they were in grave danger. Their siblings had already been killed by cars. Bunny was very scared when she first was taken in, but now, she loves attention and loves to play. She has a very sweet personality and grows more loving every day. Peter got adopted but she is looking for her forever home. She is about a year and a half old, has already been spayed, and tested negative for Feline aids and leukemia. She also has all her shots. Now, she just needs a loving home. If you would like more information on Bunny, you may email her foster mother, Irene at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 305-962-4439.
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