In shelter Rabbit

Columbus, Franklin County, Ohio, Unit...
Lionhead, Himalayan, Mixed
Multi, Mixed
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Meet Kiara! Kiara was originally rescued from a hoarding and neglect case by another rescue that didn't have experience caring for bunnies. She was transferred to OHRR and was adopted in early 2019. However, Kiara was recently returned to the Center through no fault of her own. Kiara was a little down about returning but is starting to open up again and is ready to begin a new life with someone who will truly be her Furever Home. Kiara is a small and adorable little bunny. She's can be a little shy until she begins to trust you. She would prefer a quiet home with no kids. If you have read our Adoption Policy and want to adopt Kiara, please complete and submit the online Adoption Application.


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