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My name is Berlin!

Posted 1 year ago | Updated 2 days ago

I'm being cared for by
Rabbit Rescue of MN
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(When grown) Standard
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Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

Must adopt with bond mate, Lexi

Hi!  My name is BERLIN! My sister Lexi and I are a beautiful, bonded pair of sisters who love to snuggle each other. We are on our second foster home and hoping so much that the next stop is a forever family who will give us lots of love and patience while we adjust to our new home. We are both quite efficient at expressing our creative side with cardboard boxes.....they are so much fun! We both love our veggies in addition to our daily pellets and unlimited timothy hay. Once mealtime is over, we look forward to FREE ROAM time where you can watch us zooming happily across the room. We love to explore! We've never been around children so an adult only family would be best for us. As with all domestic bunnies, we will need to adjust to our new forever home with much patience and love as change is a confusing time for a rabbit. Let's meet face to face so you can see just how sweet we both are and hopefully you'll fall madly in love and make us part of your family.

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*RRMN does not recommend our rabbits as companion animals for anyone under the age of 10*

If you're interested, please fill out an adoption application at:

Gender: Female

Approximate birthdate: 5/26/2021

Approximate weight: 4.67 pounds

Adoption fee for Pair: $150.00 (+tax)

RRMN bunnies are all vetted, spayed/neutered, and microchipped. All bunnies are fostered in private homes where they are socialized and ready to become indoor companion house pets. RRMN is a non-profit rescue group operated 100% by volunteers, and 100% of donations/adoption fees go to the direct care of our animals. Due to their very special behavioral needs, we do not advocate for our rescue rabbits to serve as Emotional Support Animals (ESAs).  We are unable to provide any documentation or certification for an ESA.     

If you have any questions or are interested in meeting or adopting this bunny, the first step is to complete an adoption application found on our website:  For the safety of our rescue bunnies, our protocol requires a home-visit before placement.  Therefore, we are unable to facilitate adoptions that exceed an hour and a half of travel time from the Twin Cities area.



October 1, 2023, 10:30 pm

Rabbit Rescue of MN

Contact info
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PO Box 314, Lakeville, MN 55044

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Additional adoption info

View our Adoption Process and other information on our website.

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Go meet their pets

We are a foster based Rescue and do not have a shelter location. You must have an approved application on file before an official meet-and-greet can occur. However, we regularly hold public events where anyone is welcome to stop by and meet some bunnies! All events can be found under the "Events" tab on our website.

More about this rescue

Rabbit Rescue of MN is a 501(c)3 non-profit rabbit rescue. Our mission is somewhat different than that of many other rescues as we take in sick, abused, neglected, abandoned and unwanted domestic rabbits, as well as rabbits from the public that are no longer wanted. We fundraise in order to get proper vetting and then focus on rehabilitation to ready our rabbits for their forever homes.

We are 100% volunteer-based and have no paid staff. All of our rescue rabbits are cared for in private foster homes where they are properly housed and receive love and socialization. We do not advocate housing our rescue rabbits in pet stores of any kind. Prior to adoption we screen our applicants thoroughly including a background check and a visit to our applicant's home to ensure that our rescue rabbits will be properly housed in a well-ventilated, well-lit and space appropriate area. Our mission includes educating first time rabbit families on the proper housing, exercise, diet and medical care.

Our rescue rabbits are all wellness checked, spayed/neutered and microchipped prior to adoption. We pride ourselves on informing the public that domestic rabbits are “exotic” pets/family members and require very specific care, medical attention and housing, as well as a space in the home where they can be part of the family.