In shelter Rabbit

Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon, U...
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Quinn has an eye for perfection. She likes to spend her free time redecorating her blankets, so she can flop in peace knowing all is right in the world. Quinn is very curious about the world but likes to explore at her own pace. You may have also noticed that Quinn’s black and white fur is made for the camera!  Quinn has flourished into a high-spirited bun who loves to be the center of attention. That being said, she is not afraid to tell you when it is her time to shine. You might find her booping you with her nose to get your attention. She loves to spend time cuddling up for some pets, but only if you will meet her at her level. Quinn is most confident with securely on the floor and does not like being picked up. Quinn was found on a side street in Gresham not too long after the big snowstorm, so she knows the world can be a very scary place. It might take some time for her to open to you, but the wait will be well worth it. She has been known to give kisses to the humans she trusts.  While we don’t know Quinn’s exact age, she is estimated to be around 7 years old and weighs roughly 6 pounds. Quinn might like to spend her days in the comfort of a husbun, but would prefer an older, gentler bun who has been neutered for a while. Quinn’s strong personality can often be misinterpreted so she would do best in a home without children. However, she does get along well with rabbit-savvy children who understand how to be patient and work with her. Do you have the perfect home for quirky Quinn? Hop over to the Rabbit Advocates website to learn more about the adoption process and fill out an application! https://rabbitadvocates.org/adoption


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