Meet the bunny crew! Delilah and Blossom were rescued and soon after had babies. The litters were born on June 3rd and 10th and are now ready for furever homes! All babies are sweet and playful, shy at first but love to explore and binky around! They have been in a wonderful foster home and have been around other pets and children. We would prefer they go in pairs, bunnies do better with a friend and bonding in the future can be hard.
First time rabbit adopter? We can send you information about housing and care. You should also know:
- Bonding bunnies - both buns must be fixed or there will be territory issues and aggression. Read more on the House Rabbit Society website. Or contact us about low cost spay/neuter.
- Bunnies are NOT starter pets. They need (indoor) space and attention like a small dog would. They need hay, pellets and greens daily. And any health issues (not eating, etc.) require immediate attention.
- Bunnies are NOT a good fit for young kids. They are fragile, startle easily, usually dont like to be handled, and do not do well under stress like the general household noise that comes with little ones. Trust us, its a lot of work you dont want to take on if youre caring for small kids. If your little one absolutely wants to meet a bunny, we can set up a visit with one of our more mellow bunnies and theres no commitment involved :)
- Bunnies can be somewhat skittish but they are also fun. If patient and understand that bunnies get comfortable with people on their own terms, youll make a bunny friend. Spending time on the floor with them and offering treats is a great way to bond with them.
- Bunnies MUST be housed indoors. RHDV-2, a highly contagious and fatal wild rabbit disease in now in Florida and transmitted in the ground. Domestic rabbits cannot tolerate the heat. They also need to be safe from predators and parasites like ear mites. They will be much happier being a part of the family, inside.
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