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Code: BFT2022

Ruby #3   

In shelter Rabbit

Baton Rouge, LA, 70816
Pet name:
Ruby #3
Bunny Rabbit
.Ruby and her friend Ralph came to us in April 2020 via a foster through Companion Animal Alliance.Ruby loves to explore but shes a little on the shy side so far! Like most rabbits she doesnt really enjoy being held, she much prefers having all four feet on the ground and coming to see you on her own terms. She loves head rubs! Ruby is great with the litterbox, and prefers surfaces with traction (ie rugs as opposed to slippery floors). She does like to chew on things like wires so definitely needs any space she has access to bunny-proofed. Shes Ok with dogs as long as they are calm, and isnt a fan of loud noises. She loves food, hasnt turned down anything yet! She also likes to run under objects/ through tunnels and play with her stacking cups and willow balls. She lounges around most of the day and is pretty inquisitive and has more energy in the evening hours. From her foster: Ruby is always friendly and wants pets when I approach her, but usually doesnt come up to me herself unless its nighttime. At night, when I sit on the rug outside her pen, she will come up to me and lick me, and loves being petted! Ruby isnt a fan of loud noises and currently in a pretty quiet foster home. We are not currently recommending her to homes with children. She did so-so with one neighbor rabbit, but not so well on two speed dates.Spay/neuter: 5/14/20 @ Azalea Lakes VetFecal test: negative 3/4/21Last weight: 6lbs 5oz 5/1/21Medgene RHDV2 vaccine dates: 11/21/21 & 12/18/21
This pet is fostered in Vicksburg, MS.

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All MHRR rabbits are spayed or neutered, microchipped, and fecal tested/treated for parasites. Adoption fees are $100 for single bunnies or $150 for already-paired rabbits, which includes spay/neuter, microchip & registration, vaccines and fecal-testing/deworming.
Adoption information and application -
Due to COVID-19 & RHDv (a rabbit-specific virus spread outdoors) we are scheduling adoptions by appointments on Sundays instead of our typical adoption days. Sometimes an alternate date can be arranged.


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