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In shelter Rabbit

Lakeville, Dakota County, Minnesota, ...
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Must adopt with bond mate, Primrose

Hi! I’m Katniss and I’m bonded with my sister, Primrose. Our bond has been made strong through challenges. You see, we were raised at a meat breeder and we lived in very close quarters and saw traumatic things. We’re working on leaving our past behind us, though!

They say “good things come to those who wait” and I have it on good authority my sister and I are the 


. All it takes is patience!

Our experience at the breeder has made us very shy, but it doesn’t take us too long to warm up to you. The secret is to move slow, talk sweet, and sit with us while we eat. That way, we’ll know you bring good things (food!!) and won’t force us into anything we’re not ready for (like being handled before we trust you). In a matter of days, we’ll look forward to seeing you and will greet you on our hind legs and bonk you with our beautiful, soft noses. We show our appreciation for your love with binkies, flops, and sploots, all of which are as adorable as they sound.

I’m the shyer of the two sisters at first, but I’m quite brave once I’m out of my shell. I boldly lead the way when we free-roam and play games when it’s time to go back to our pen. Now that I’m acquainted with our foster mom, I’m usually the first to say hi when she hangs out with us. Like Primrose, I’m playful, smart and curious and I flourish with free-roam time. 

We’re growing more confident and trusting by the day, but we’re not comfortable with being picked up or held yet and we prefer limited pets on the floor. I guess you can say we’re independent and simply enjoy sharing space with you.

Our ideal home would let us have A LOT of free-roam time, provide lots of bunny-safe things for us to chew on, and feed us yummy pellets, greens and unlimited hay. Oh, and some banana now and then. We have excellent litterbox manners, although we’ve been known to dig our litter out of our box. Putting a sink mat on top of the litter prevents that though! We don’t have experience with cats or dogs, but our foster mom thinks we could get along with cats if we had a slow and supervised introduction.

I would love to have an opportunity to meet you to see if we can be a good match.  If you're interested, please fill out an adoption application at: 


*RRMN does not recommend our rabbits as companion animals for anyone under the age of 12*

Gender: Female

Approximate Size: 3.9lbs

Approximate Birthdate: 4/2020

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. 




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  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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