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In shelter Rabbit

Great Neck, NY, 11021
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Meet Jewel! In summer of 2021 Jewel was abandoned in Suffolk County, and luckily, she was rescued by a concerned and caring human, who brought her to safety. Jewel then came to the Long Island Rabbit Rescue Group, where she was welcomed into a safe, indoor foster home. As a new rescue, Jewel is still learning to trust and understand that she is safe. She does warm up to people quickly and once she does, she shows her vibrant and cuddly personality. She is friendly, sweet, curious, and has a huge appetite. If you offer her some pellets, she will be your new best friend! While exploring new rabbit-safe fruits and vegetables, she has also quickly discovered that bananas and apples are some amazing treats!

Jewel is a Californian breed. Shes a beauty-- her ruby red eyes allow you to look right into her soul and allow you to see her inner beauty as well. Oftentimes, the bigger, white, ruby-eyed bunnies are some of the most playful and soulful breeds. Jewel is a real gem and ready to bring her glimmer to your home, but you have to promise to provide a safe, loving home for her forever.

Rescued August 2021
Estimated age upon rescue: 1 year
Can be shy initially, but loves people and is very playful
Sweet, loving and curious
Kid friendly ages 6+
Would thrive in a home that is somewhere in between calm/quiet and bustling with energy
Active, shy, playful, social, attention seeking,
Dog & cat friendly


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