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My name is Trixie and Piper!
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4 years 9 months old, Adult
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Small blue checkmark Purebred
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

Trixie and Piper are best friends and sisters born on Valentine's Day 2018. These 4-year-old Dutch girls are very curious but a little shy. They love snuggling by the window, munching on chew toys, and eating cilantro and basil. A good set-up would be a comfy home base and plenty of space to run and play. Piper’s face is missing some fur, which is thought to be from overgrooming by her sister. They’re looking for a forever home with patient, loving humans who will spoil them in healthy ways. Will you be the one to give these girls the second chance they deserve?

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Southwest Florida House Rabbit Rescue

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Jennifer Macbeth
Naples, FL 33928

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We will ask you to fill out an adoption application and have an initial phone interview. We will then set up a time for you to meet some rabbits that might be a good fit for your family, home, and lifestyle. We will request photos of the space within your home where the rabbit will reside and arrange for a short home visit where one of our volunteers will provide a Bunny 101 training. This sets you up for success with your new rabbit friend! Rabbits are not a low maintenance pet and require a 10-14 year commitment. When given the proper environment, they are quiet, fun, and very loving. They make great companions!

You'll notice most of our rabbits are adopted as bonded pairs. Rabbits are highly social and need companionship to keep them healthy and from getting lonely. As human companions, we can only offer them so much. We find having two rabbits is not any more work than one and they are tons of fun to watch together as well! Our adoption fee is $80 for a single or $130 for a bonded pair. All our rabbits are spayed/neutered and litter box trained.

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We do not have a shelter but instead operate out of numerous fosters home in the Southwest Florida area and beyond. We can arrange a day for you to visit one of our homes to meet several rabbits of interest to you.

More about this rescue

Southwest Florida House Rabbit Rescue was founded to bring "Respect for Rabbits.” We strive to elevate the status of domestic rabbits in our society to the level of other indoor companion animals. Our rescue works with local animal services, community members, and rescue partners to rescue rabbits from abuse, neglect, hoarding, and abandonment. We are dedicated to saving the lives of domestic rabbits through exceptional education, advocacy, and adoption. Come support our mission to help these furry friends find a loving home!

We offer comfortable boarding, stress-free bonding, personalized bunny consultations for behavioral issues, and Bunny 101 training for current and aspiring owners. Contact us for fees and more information.

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