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In shelter Rabbit

saint augustine, FL, 32092
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Hailey is a sweet female adult dwarf / lionhead mix rabbit that was brought to our rescue extremely pregnant and suffering from a respiratory virus and ear infection. She has since had 6 gorgeous and healthy babies, and has completed treatment for her ailments. She still has some vertigo issues and it will take several more months for her to be able to walk straight again. She is a very calm and easy going bunny that LOVES to be snuggled and held regularly. She will need extra supervision until her vertigo clears as she cannot jump well or walk straight. She is a princess who enjoys being chauffeured everywhere she needs to go.

Hailey is not yet healthy enough to fix, but will be ready for spay within 3-6 months. She is available for pre-adoption. Our pre-adoption process allows you to adopt your rabbit fully, while we schedule a sterilization appointment in the future at the expense of the rescue. If you do not attend this appointment, you will be required to sterilize your rabbit within 60 days at your own expense, or return the rabbit to the rescue, your adoption fee forfeited. We only schedule sterilization in the Orange Park, FL or Jacksonville, FL areas depending on availability. If you are adopting from outside of this location you are responsible for the cost of sterilization, and proof of scheduled appointment must be provided prior to the adoption finalization

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Lucky Bunny Rescue Inc

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