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Wilma - bonded pair   

In shelter Rabbit

Longwood, FL, 32791
Pet name:
Wilma - bonded pair
Wilma and her bonded mate, Eddie, are both medium sized bunnies who were rescued from a hoarding situation. Wilma is a sassy, adventurous bunny who loves to play and get head pets. She is full of energy, always looking to explore - and if you let her, shell happily binky around your house. Wilma enjoys toys that she can chew and throw. She will run up to you and nudge you for pets! During her quieter moments Wilma loves spending time snuggling with Eddie.

Both of these sweet and beautiful bunnies are fixed and litter box trained and would love to find their forever home soon!

We adopt to indoor homes only! If you are interested in adopting a bunny from Orlando Rabbit Care and Adoptions or would like more information on rabbit care, please visit our website at: The first step to our adoption process is to complete an adoption application, which can be found here: . Then one of our volunteers will reach out to you via email to schedule a time to speak with you. If you dont see the email in a day or two, please check your spam folder!

Our Adoption Fee/Donation for a single rabbit is $90, while a pair is $150. This helps to offset the cost of having the rabbits altered, microchipped and vaccinated, as well as any medical care that may have been required.


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