In shelter Rabbit

Lexington, South Carolina, 29071
Mini Rex
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Please contact Main Email CARE (, (803) 622-9813 for more information about this pet. The most accurate and up to date information about adoptable pets is on our official website at Rue is an absolutely fabulous bunny companion. She's incredibly sweet, soft and loving. This senior sweetie was adopted out as a baby and recently returned as a senior. Sadly, her loving family fell on very hard times and were unable to keep her. Rue gets along well with everyone, including other bunnies. She has some arthritis, but her bloodwork was great. The vet said we can give her daily meloxicam to keep her joint pain minimal. She loves the taste of her medicine, and eats Oxbow Joint Chews daily. We have plenty of meds to go with her - now Rue just needs her forever family! Adoption Fee: $65.00All rabbits receive an exam, dewormer, topical treatment for possible fleas, mites & heartworms, microchip, and are spayed/neutered through CARE. Each rabbit is fed high quality grass hays, fresh vegetables, some high quality pellets, and some fruits. NO vaccines are given at this time as it is not approved in the US. This day will come, so keep current with a quality rabbit vet and of these expenses, often over months, cost a lot more than the adoption fee. Many vets charge $120 to $700 for rabbit neuters/spays alone. We are nonprofit and have to make up some of the costs through adoption fees in addition to accepting donations and fundraising. To learn about proper rabbit care and why bonded pairs are a great idea, please visit: Breeds are always our "best guess" based on experience, weight, vet sugestions, and other Adoption saves lives!


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