07/07/21 18:11 Princess and Clover were surrendered to the shelter because their owner did not have enough time for them. The previous owner indicated that Clover was the mother of Princess and that if they are separated they become very lonely for each other, so they are hoping that they may be adopted together. Princess is more shy than Clover, but both are very friendly and gentle, well socialized bunnies. They are accustomed to hopping around the house freely, and will need a lot of out of enclosure time to be happy and stretch their legs. As with all chewers, you will need to supervise and bunny proof your home so they cannot chew things they should not! Princess and Clover both arrived at the shelter quite underweight. As they have gained weight in a matter of days, the shelter vet feels confident this was related to poor nutrition rather than an illness or injury. It will be very important to feed Princess and Clover appropriately so they can fill out and get up to weight! Princess and Clover should be fed a diet primarily consisting of hay, with measured amounts of pellets and some dark leafy greens. It is unknown whether these two girls have ever lived with other animals like dogs or cats, but they are said to do well with both children and adults, and their previous owner indicated that they are litterbox trained! If you are looking for kind and gentle friends, please consider taking this lovely pair home!
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