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Emma: video!!   

In shelter Rabbit

Edinburg, PA, 16116
Pet name:
Emma: video!!
Coat length:
Breed: Some sort of all American mix. Could have Flemish in them due to their size, could have Dutch cause of their coloring ????
Size: About 10 lbs, should be closer to 8. 
DOB: November 28, 2020
Reason in Rescue: Johnny and Emma were owner surrendered when they developed allergies apparently.   
Personality: These two are super sweet buns. Both very laid back, all they want is love and petting.  Johnny loves to be snuggled and petted while Emma loves it too, but she’s more interested in running around exploring.   Unfortunately they were surrendered to us extremely overweight so they now need to be on a diet (very limited good quality pellets, and unlimited hay) with lots of exercise time.  They would be good rabbits for any sort of family. 
Friends: Johnny and Emma had exercise time together but lived in separate cages. They are not required to be adopted together but they would do well together if they were.  
Requirements: Must be adopted as an indoor animal, with an as large as possible plastic bottomed cage or puppy pen (minimum 4 x 2 for a single, 4’ x 4’ for a pair). Adoption process: An adoption application must be filled out (, and approved by us. Then we will arrange a meeting time to see the animal of interest. A home visit is required prior to adoption (but can be waived if pictures or video are supplied of where the bunny will be living). Suggested adoption donation is $70 for a single and $100 for a pair.  They are spayed/neutered and will be microchipped.


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