Meet Dolly! Dolly is a beautiful girl with a sweet and curious personality. Sit on the floor and shes right up next to you, stretched out and ready for you to pet her and rub her soft ears. Lay on the floor with her and she will give you smooches. She loves munching her hay and uses her litter box perfectly. She is good free roaming during the day and is interested in chewing on her toys and hay and not the furniture, which is great! Dolly is funny and playful, and it is so entertaining to watch her zoom around the room and bounce off the couch. She could be a bunny parkour champion!
Based on how confident and friendly she is, I think she would be enjoy kids that are old enough to learn how to handle a rabbit. She would do well in a house with cats, especially younger ones since she is playful. As far as dogs, I think she would be fine with them as long as they were not going to chase her. Dolly gets along with my cats and she is good with my elderly blue heeler too. Dogs that are good with cats will probably be good with bunnies too. Dolly is a sweetheart with a hint of sass. She would make a great companion for anyone!
Interested in this sweet rabbit? Apply today at http://www.underdogpetrescue.org/small-animal-application
Underdog Pet Rescue of Wisconsin, Inc. rabbits are up to date on the following medical treatments before adoption:
Spay or Neuter
Any applicable vaccinations
Our rabbit adoption fee is $50.
*Please note that all breeds noted are estimates or best guesses. We very rarely have information on our animals actual breeds since they often come to the shelters we work with as strays*
WI DATCP Licensed Rescue #281765
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