We are helping their current person to rehome this pair due to upcoming changes in their housing situation.
Dolci was a rescue from a group of bunnies found in a parking lot at a NJ Costco in winter 2021. Banana was also a rescue found in a parking lot, but he was adopted from a local shelter. Dolci and Banana are just a little over a year old. Dolcis the brown one, Banana is the Dutch. Both have been vet checked and we have those records.
Dolci is an extremely neat and tidy bunny, who loves being let out to run around at top speed. Shes really brave for a rabbit. Shes very nice and loves pets (when shes open to them). She also responds to her own name very quickly and is overall really easy to train. Shes a wonderful bun! She does not like to be picked up.
Banana is much more of a typical rabbit. Hes very floppy and goofy, but also skittish. Hes 100% neat with his litterbox for pee, but a little more messy with the poop. He absolutely loves pets all the time and is much more okay with being handled. Banana loves toys of all varieties and is overall a lot more playful than Dolci! However, he also just kind of follows her, so he responds to her name more than his own just because shell respond to it.
If it isnt clear by their descriptions, Dolci is absolutely the dominant bun. It is extremely rare for her to groom Banana. They both love hay, pellets, and basically any veggies.
They both love having some space to sprint around, and are generally very nice and agreeable buns! Neither of them are lap bunnies, but they will sit under the desk of their current human during the work day. Theyre also very independent, so they dont need constant attention.
Currently in Harrison, NJ
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