Nate and Naomi   

In shelter Rabbit

Plainfield, Indiana, 46168
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Nate and Naomi
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Nate (the brown and white male) and Naomi (the gray female)  are a bonded pair of neutered/spayed male/female rabbits. They are a sweet and fun pair. Nate is very young and still getting used to being around people.  He is shy, but will accept treats and eventually roam around once he is comfortable. He is starting to enjoy being petted, too. Naomi is the perfect rabbit, if you don't mind her chewing.  She is affectionate, enjoys attention, responds to commands, and instantly loves anyone she meets.  Naomi is a chewer.  She must be supervised closely when loose or live in a rabbit-proofed environment. She has not chewed furniture, but she will chew anything fabric or plastic and she loves spicy hay (electrical cords). Both rabbits are mostly litter box trained. They do well with older children. Naomi gets along with dogs and rats. Nate has not been tested with other animals.  They will be adopted together and the adoption fee for the pair is $60. If you are interested in adopting, please fill out an adoption application online at We adopt to homes in Indiana and nearby states only. We DO NOT ship our animals.


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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