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Peggy and Nemo   

In shelter Rabbit

Vancouver, BC, V6S 2M8
Pet name:
Peggy and Nemo
Gender:
Female
Breeds:
Bunny Rabbit
Date:
12/20/2020
Colors:
Black
Size:
Medium
Age:
Adult
Coat length:
Short
Description:
Peggy (brown) and Nemo (black) were both found as strays. They have been blossoming into wonderful House Rabbits in one of our foster homes and this is what their foster parent has to say about them:

Peggy is an independent boss lady. She accepts a few pats on the back, but will push my hand away when she’s had enough. She often comes running over to say hi when she sees me, although I suspect she is looking for food ? Peggy is a huge foodie. Her favourite food is everything!  Nemo is very soft compared to Peggy. He is a picky eater. He still scares easily, but has recently started running to me for breakfast in the morning. His favourite treat is Oxbow multi-vitamins. He has made some amazing progress considering he was too afraid to even eat lettuce when he first arrived! Although he’s not keen on being pet, he is comfortable enough stretch out nearby and take a nap. 
Being wary of loud noises and sudden movements hasn’t stopped them being typical young bunnies. They enjoy doing zoomies, exploring, playing with their toys, rearranging things, and generally engaging in bunstruction – especially when they think no one is looking! 

Please go to WWW.VRRA.ORG for detailed adoption info and the online application form.

Location


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