Icee was found as a stray in Lafreniere Park in Metraire and came to us in early June 2020. He did have hookworms upon arrival but has since been treated and has been great.
Icee has been fairly laid back so far since coming back from his quarantine at the vets and has had pretty good litterbox habits as well. He tolerates handling, but readily comes up to people and demands to be petted! Not a big fan of loud noises but handles it OK here and there. In his habitat Icee gets 90% of pee and about 75% of poops in the litterbox, but out playing does great going back to the habitat to use it. He also likes his daily baby carrot. He will also chew on the occasional item when out to play, but he prefers to chase after balls & rollers. He will hang out in the pen even when door is open, but comes running when fridge opens!
Spay/neuter: 6/5/20 @ Azalea Lakes Vet
Fecal test: negative 3/10/21 @Azalea Lakes Vet
Last weight: 6lbs 11oz 5/1/21
This pet is fostered in Baton Rouge, LA.
Pet availability updated daily.
For more information on rabbit care along with our housing/care/bunny proofing recommendations visit our website at MagicHappensRescue.com/WelcomeToRabbits
All MHRR rabbits are spayed or neutered, microchipped, and fecal tested/treated for parasites. Adoption fees are $75 for single bunnies or $100 for already-paired rabbits.
Adoption information and application - magichappensrescue.com/adoptinfo
Due to COVID-19 & RHDv (a rabbit-specific virus spread outdoors) we are scheduling adoptions by appointments on Sundays instead of our typical adoption days. Sometimes an alternate date can be arranged.
Want to help the bunnies but can't adopt? You can sponsor a spay or neuter or help in many other ways. See http://magichappensrescue.com/howtohelp for more ways to help.
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