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My name is Frostbite!

Posted 1 year ago | Updated over 2 months ago

My basic info

Breed
Rex
Color
White
Age
Adult
Size
Standard (when grown)
Sex
Male
Pet ID
Hair Length
short

My details

Checkmark in teal circle Spayed / Neutered

My story

Here's what the humans have to say about me:

INDOOR ONLY HOMES PLEASE

PLEASE consult with me before you purchase rabbit supplies so I can direct you to the least expensive and most appropriate rabbit essentials. Your local big chain pet store is probably NOT the best place to buy rabbit supplies!

Frostbite was rescued on September 2, 2022 from a Garden Grove location known for frequent rabbit dumping.

He is a rex mix rabbit. Rex rabbits are known to be less allergenic than other rabbit breeds! So, if you have slight allergies or sensitivities, he might be a great match for you! Plus, his silky fur is to die for!

I’ve rescued many rabbits over the years and he is right up there at the top of the list for one of the friendliest rabbits around! There’s not an ounce of fear in him. He melts into your arms when you pick him up.

He likes kisses on his forehead and nose. He is calm and does not try to wiggle away from you. Did you see the video of him soaking up some loving? Make sure to watch it!

I think the world of him. He brings me joy every day. But he’s a bun with SO MUCH LOVE to offer, and he truly deserves a forever home to call his own. Maybe it could be yours?

He’s a young, spunky, energetic bun who relishes his romping time! Make sure you let him get his wiggles out during exercise time and once he tuckers himself out, you’ll have a snuggle buddy for life!

Frostbite should start out living in an exercise pen (x-pen) otherwise known as a puppy pen. He can have that as his home base or transition to a room or a section of a room or free roaming. A cage/hutch is not recommended unless the door is open and an x-pen can be placed around it.

Please be over 21 if inquiring about a rabbit.

Frostbite can be seen by appointment in Lake Elsinore after a questionnaire is completed or a phone consultation conducted. Delivery available to the greater SoCal area. His adoption fee is $60 which covers the cost of his neuter surgery. Any additional donations to keep the rescue afloat are appreciated.

BENEFITS OF ADOPTION FROM KRIBS FOR KRITTERS RABBIT RESCUE:

* Lifetime free nail trims and scent gland cleaning
* Unparalleled rabbit education before you adopt
* Ongoing support after you adopt
* Starter hay and toys
* Reasonably priced boarding when you're on vacation

PLEASE WATCH TOP 10 MISTAKES RABBIT OWNERS MAKE! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c6IlJTgsQrU

PLEASE WATCH TOP 10 REASONS NOT TO GET A BUNNY!: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TaoHFamRXYg

THE BIGGEST MISTAKES YOU CAN MAKE AS A RABBIT OWNER: https://www.thedodo.com/things-to-know-getting-rabbit-1340963451.html

A HUTCH IS NOT ENOUGH! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_vvlb-prX4I

Kribs for Kritters Rabbit Rescue & Sanctuary

Find Kribs for Kritters on: https://www.facebook.com/kribsforkrittersofficial/

https://www.instagram.com/kribs_for_kritters/


I am a ONE PERSON, uncompensated volunteer, grass roots, boots-on-the-ground rescue. I rescue domestic rabbits that have been cruelly abandoned at parks, golf courses, schools, fitness trails, and other outdoor locations.
Rescue
Kribs for Kritters

Contact info

Pet ID
Contact
Jude Ferguson
Website
Address
lake elsinore, CA 92532

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

We do have a phone screening process or printed questionnaire for potential adopters to fill out. We have an adoption contract and a reasonable donation fee for the adoption to help cover the cost of spay/neuter, vet check, etc.

Go meet their pets

Come find your new furry friend in Lake Elsinore at our private shelter by appointment or in Orange County or Los Angeles County at one of our foster homes. Rabbits can be transported to you in the greater Southern California region (including LA County, Orange County, San Diego County, Inland Empire, Ventura County).

More about this rescue

Kribs for Kritters primary focus is rescuing domestic rabbits that have been abandoned at parks, schools, golf courses, fitness trails and any other outdoor location. Kribs for Kritters also assists Golden View Farm Rabbit Rescue in their heroic efforts.

All rabbits are spayed/neutered prior to adoption.

We are both a rescue and a shelter. We have over 100 rabbits in our care. If you don’t see what you’re looking for, just ask. It is likely we have a bunny to suit your needs. New bunnies are being rescued every week. We don’t always have time/resources to post every bunny that crosses our path.

We have an exceptionally high success rate of bunny bonding on the very first date. So, if you’re looking for a mate for your existing bunny, give us a try.

Our operating costs are at least $1,000 per month so donations are always appreciated. Donations can be made to PayPal.me/kribsforkritters.