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Lala and Bonito   

In shelter Rabbit

Hilliard , FL, 32046
Pet name:
Lala and Bonito
Blue / Gray
Lala was one of about a dozen rabbits dumped in a neighborhood in Mandarin, FL. She was trapped on May 10, 2022 and gave birth on May 21. Lala is playful and curious! She loves to explore and play with her toys -- especially cups. Her specialty is destroying cup towers! 

She gets along fine with dogs and cats at her foster home. She would do well with plenty of room to roam! She also likes to be up high and enjoyed having a small cat tower at her foster home. Lala was recently bonded with Bonito, a male lionhead rabbit. 

Bonito loves sticking his nose through his enclosure bars for kisses and nose scratches. Hes silly and sweet and easy to pick up. He loves exploring!

These two love each other and make the cutest pair! Their litterbox skills could still use some work. Lala was spayed on April 11 and Bonito is scheduled to be neutered in early September.

Originating Organization

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Bebettes Bunny Rescue, Inc

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