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My Story

Rhubarb
134 17-61
Spayed Female
Californian (Albino)
11 Months old
White / Silver
9.72 pounds

I was surrendered to the rescue by someone who drove from Winston Salem NC to Wilmington to make sure that I went to a good home. The person who surrendered my Mom and Dad (with a litter of babies) said that we were dropped off at her house and 3 days my Mom gave birth to a litter of babies. The person that surrendered us to the rescue said they could not find anyone that wanted us other than people who intended to eat us. Rhubarb is friendly, active, sweet, and a little nervous.

The shelter describes me as a “tulip” which means that I have been observed engaging in the widest range of behaviors from everything to bulging eyes, cowering, chinning, grooming, boxing, lunging, exploring, fighting, thumping, flagging their tails, startling, hiding, playing with toys, and binkying. Tulip’s rarely flop in shelters as they are not usually laid back. In homes tulips are often entertaining rabbits, always on high alert, very active, interactive, and exhibiting the same wide range of behaviors they do in a shelter environment. Some may not do well with children or other rabbits. Caution should be observed in adopting Tulips to homes with many other rabbits or children.

TULIP BEHAVIOR MARKERS
• WIDE RANGE OF BEHAVIORS
• ACTIVE
• HIGH ALERT
• MAY NOT DO WELL WITH CHILDREN AND OTHER RABBITS

Adoption Process

Signature on legal adoption contract required. Rabbits must be pets only NOT used for food or training any animal.