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Charleston & LuLu   

In shelter Rabbit

Lake Elsinore, CA, 92532
Pet name:
Charleston & LuLu
Gender:
Female
Breeds:
Bunny Rabbit
Date:
10/01/2015
Colors:
White
Size:
Medium
Age:
Adult
Coat length:
Short
Description:
Charleston (male) and LuLu (female) were dumped and rescued along with 5 other rabbits from a park  known for frequent rabbit dumping.  They were both injured from fighting and neglect as depicted in the graphic photo (sorry). Only provided photo to show how lucky these buns are and to see the before and after shots.

Charleston was the most severely injured but look at him now!  LuLu was pregnant and is the bunny on the right with the darker, dramatic eyeliner.

LuLu loves to chatter her teeth for you (tooth purring).  Charleston is the more submissive of the two buns.  LuLu wears the pants in the family! They are very friendly, loving and active.  They do big binkies, love to hang out under their hide-y box and love to rear up on their hind legs to beg for treats or love!

Wont you open your heart to this dynamic duo who truly deserve a real home after all they went through!  You wont be disappointed at the lifetime of love these two will give.  Wont you break them out of this rescue home and welcome them into your loving home and spoil them rotten for the rest of their lives?

If Charleston and LuLu cant be free roaming or live in a room or a section of a room, then an x-pen enclosure or home made DIY wire grid system enclosure is a suitable alternative. A cage/hutch is not recommended. One photo is an example of an ex-pen enclosure.

You can submit an online inquiry about them via www.kribsforkritters.com or I can email you a questionnaire. Or, call/text 562-943-2296.

Charleston and LuLu can be seen by appointment in Lake Elsinore. Or, delivery is also available to the greater Southern California region. The adoption fee for the bonded pair is $90 which helps cover the cost of the spay/neuter surgeries and rescue intake protocol medications.

Dont have the items you need to welcome a bunny to your home? No problem, I have low cost x-pen enclosures, litter boxes, bunny litter, hay, food pellets and toys to make new bunny ownership easier for you. Your local big chain pet store is probably NOT the best place to buy rabbit supplies!

Or, if you prefer to get your bunny supplies ahead of time, PLEASE consult with me before you purchase them as I can direct you to the least expensive and most appropriate rabbit essentials.

PLEASE WATCH TOP 10 MISTAKES RABBIT OWNERS MAKE! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c6IlJTgsQrU

PLEASE WATCH TOP 10 REASONS NOT TO GET A BUNNY!: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TaoHFamRXYg

THE BIGGEST MISTAKES YOU CAN MAKE AS A RABBIT OWNER: https://www.thedodo.com/things-to-know-getting-rabbit-1340963451.html

A HUTCH IS NOT ENOUGH! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_vvlb-prX4I

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I am a ONE PERSON, grass roots, boots-on-the-ground rescue. I rescue domestic rabbits that have been cruelly abandoned at parks, golf courses, schools, fitness trails, and other outdoor locations.

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