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Henry   

In shelter Rabbit

Lakeville, Dakota County, Minnesota, ...
Pet name:
Henry
Gender:
Male
Breeds:
Satin, Havana
Date:
06/26/2021
Size:
Medium
Age:
Adult
Coat length:
Medium
Description:
I’m a big, beautiful, shiny black Satin bunny named Henry!  I’m very interested in what my foster momma is doing, be it cleaning the bedroom, folding clothes, staring at a black box on the wall, or even sleeping on her super-high bed.  I’ve started jumping up there in the early morning to make sure she’s okay, and then when I’m satisfied and have sniffed everything, I jump down.





My foster mom suspects that I’ve been teased in the past, be it by children or adults, so it takes a bit for me to trust hands that reach out to me.  Let me come to you and check things out for a few weeks without you reaching out to me, and all should be good.  I’ve never bitten or nipped foster mom, but I will charge and grunt if someone I don’t know approaches.  Some people just don’t know how to speak rabbit yet!  I probably wouldn’t do well in a home with young children, or children who won’t respect my personal space. I would thrive in a quiet, peaceful home.





I eat a LOT of Oxbow Timothy Hay; lots.  I have a huge litterbox with hay plus I have a hay tube that lays on the floor (which I enjoy moving around and spreading hay all over the carpet).  I have a Snak Shak that I’m just starting to nibble on and a big plastic ball with a jingle ball in it.  Mostly, I eat hay all night long until morning when I can wake up foster mom.  There is a resident cat which I chase out of the bedroom; I’m a little bit territorial of my space.  I’m not sure about dogs yet, and I haven't been around any other bunnies so not sure how I would like a bunny friend but if the right bunny came along, I bet we would be great friends. I don’t chew on anything inappropriate, so I’d be a really good candidate to free roam in your home.  I just want to be part of your life and investigate what you’re doing, and we could happily live together for the rest of my life!




*RRMN does not recommend our rabbits as companion animals for anyone under the age of 12*




If you're interested, please fill out an adoption application at: http://www.rabbitrescueofmn.com.




Gender:  Male



Approximate birthdate:  04/2016




Adoption fee: $95.00 (+tax)




RRMN bunnies are all vetted, spayed/neutered, and microchipped. All bunnies are fostered in private homes where they are socialized and ready to become indoor companion house pets. RRMN is a non-profit rescue group operated 100% by volunteers, and 100% of donations/adoption fees go to the direct care of our animals. Due to their very special behavioral needs, we do not advocate for our rescue rabbits to serve as Emotional Support Animals (ESAs).  We are unable to provide any documentation or certification for an ESA.   
  
 




If you have any questions or are interested in meeting or adopting this bunny, the first step is to complete an adoption application found on our website:  http://www.rabbitrescueofmn.com.  For the safety of our rescue bunnies, our protocol requires a home-visit before placement.  Therefore, we are unable to facilitate adoptions that exceed an hour and a half of travel time from the Twin Cities area.





 

Location


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