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In shelter Rabbit

Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon, U...
Pet name:
Rex, Polish, Mixed
Coat length:
Thimble Finneas Berry, aka Thimbo or Finn, is the “rexy” one of the Berry Babies. Born into the care of Rabbit Advocates after his parents, Goji & Juni, were rescued. He has only known the house rabbit life. He has velvety soft fur and the best disposition. It is unclear whether he ever sleeps as he is full of zoomies, binkies, and he jumps to new heights every day. As soon as his hoomin gets home, it’s time to party and show off his parkour skills!

Thimble loves pets and leaping up on his foster’s bed to visit and does give sweet bunny kisses frequently. He doesn’t mind being picked up but it is not his favorite thing (unlike his brother Snowberry). He does not appreciate boundaries and will do best in a place where he can free roam with adequate bunny proofing as he is still a young bun. Carpets have recently been an issue but may improve if he has more freedom. He has excellent litter skills but does need a high edged box to contain things. His love of indoor obstacle course racing means he can be somewhat noisy at times as he turns the world into his personal playground. 

Born in November of 2020, he now weighs 4lbs and might have a bit more growing to do. He is very fond of his foster provider’s bunny-whispering cat. If he goes to a home with other pets, the other pets will need to be well-behaved around a friendly, innocent bun. In terms of meeting lady buns, he has not had the opportunity but would likely welcome a date. He wants everyone to know he’s been vaccinated and is single and ready to mingle. 

Does your home need a sweet adventurous bun with the softest fur on the planet? Leap over to the Rabbit Advocates website to learn more about the adoption process and fill out an application!


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