Please meet Beau and Honey! Beau is a handsome grey/brown male and Honey is a cute White w/red spots female. Both are Dwarf mixes approximately 2-3 years old. They are bonded and must stay together. They are shy at first, but warm up with routine and treats. They especially love dried strawberries, fresh tomato, blueberries, mango, and Oxbow Simple Rewards. They are happy to be held, but are not easy to pick up, and are very happy to pet and snuggled. The cooperate nicely for brushing and nail trims.
Both bunnies are spayed/neutered and chipped, litter box trained and would make great house bunnies or would be happy in a room of their own. In their foster home, they have a room of their own with a gate across the doorway, and dont mind the foster parents cats coming in to visit as they are respectful kitties. Beau likes to sneak up and smell the kitties, and give nose kisses through the gate to their foster parents dog. Honey is indifferent and doesnt hide or get angry with the visitors.
Beau is more outgoing, and is the first to explore something new. Honey is opinionated and will let you know her thoughts, she will also redecorate if she doesnt like how the hides toys, or rugs are arranged.
Adoption fee for this adorable pair is $100. Please complete an application for adoption at FurAngelsAS.org if you would like to meet and possibly adopt them.
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