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In shelter Rabbit

Baton Rouge, East Baton Rouge Parish,...
Pet name:
Bunny Rabbit
Coat length:
Drama was originally found as a stray, and then went to Companion Animal Alliance where we picked her up early June 2020. 
From her foster mom: I f anyone is looking for a very sassy middle aged rabbit who is EXCELLENT with her litter box but not super duper friendly we have one for you. She free roams our home office and doesn’t destroy rugs, chew on furniture, or really make a mess at all. She gets along with my big dog as long as he doesn’t try to lick her so she would probably be fine in a home with a calm, rabbit-friendly dog or cat. She can be territorial in her space but is fine as long as you approach her respectfully. We estimate her to be about 5 years old.
Spay/neuter: 6/26/20 @ Azalea Lakes VetFecal test: negative 6/18/20 @ Azalea Lakes VetLast weight: 7.2lbs 6/26/20This pet is fostered in Baton Rouge, LA.
Pet availability updated daily.
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All MHRR rabbits are spayed or neutered, microchipped, and fecal tested/treated for parasites. Because Drama is a *senior star* her adoption fee is only $50 (normally $75 for single bunnies or $100 for already-paired rabbits). 
Adoption information and application -
Due to COVID-19 & RHDv (a rabbit-specific virus spread outdoors) we are scheduling adoptions by appointments on Sundays instead of our typical adoption days. Sometimes an alternate date can be arranged.
Want to help the bunnies but can't adopt? You can sponsor a spay or neuter or help in many other ways. See for more ways to help.


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