Fern (bonded to Hazel)   

In shelter Rabbit

Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon, U...
Netherland Dwarf, Mixed
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Fern (bonded to Hazel)
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Soft beds, soft pillows, and soft towels are Fern & Hazel’s love language. These gals love to live the cozy life. Hazel is the bun in the solo pics on the pink and grey comforter, and Fern is on the grey sofa with pillows. Both sisters decided that playing on the bed was the best idea, and they love to explore as a team. So, they decided to live it up in the guest bedroom. This pair’s lives have not always been easy, so they seem to appreciate the finer things in life. Fern & Hazel are gorgeous white bunnies with dwarf features. Born in early 2019, they are fully grown at 4.5lbs each. Fern is the vigilant protector, and Hazel is the innocent believer. They look exactly alike… until you get to know them better, and then you can see their unique attributes. Like every great bunny duo, they serve as a balance for one another. They both have pretty, soulful ruby eyes. Hazel & Fern need help with transitions to new places, but once they’re settled into a safe space, they will flourish. They prefer quiet environs and patient caregivers. They have not yet lived in a home with other pets or young children, but they enjoy the company of calm teens. They have not yet lived as full indoor free-roamers, but with gradual increases in privileges in a bunny-proofed spot, they will likely adapt well. In an experienced bunny home who is willing to build their trust, they will thrive. Do you have the perfect home for Fern & Hazel? Learn more about the Rabbit Advocates adoption process and requirements and fill out an adoption application on our website: http://rabbitadvocates.org/adoption


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