In shelter Rabbit

Ann Arbor, Washtenaw County, Michigan...
New Zealand, New Zealand
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Meet Angelo, a 4-old bunny looking for a forever home! Domestic rabbits are intelligent creatures who can be very social with humans they trust. Rabbits may greet you at the door after a long day of work, sit in your lap, and can easily entertain themselves in an appropriate shelter with enough toys - the best of both dogs and cats! Rabbits are clean and rarely need grooming, and can be litter-trained as well. However, rabbits are not for everyone. These beautiful animals should never be given as gifts, and all of the hours of care associated with caring for a rabbit needs to be considered. A rabbit's trust must be earned, and children often may not have the patience to safely and humanely handle a rabbit. Do you have a relatively quiet household that would benefit from one of these peaceful and gentle hoppers? Come meet our homeless rabbits at HSHV!


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