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In shelter Rabbit

Los Angeles, CA, 90025
Pet name:
Florida White
Coat length:
A Good Samaritan found Daisy wandering in an alley in Long Beach. She was so dirty when they found her, they thought she might be a black and white bunny, until they brought her in and let her clean herself up, and found out that shes actually white all over! 

An extremely friendly, energetic bunny, Daisy will hop up to you first thing in the morning for head scratches and to beg for her breakfast. She loves a nice warm place in the sun (safe indoors, of course) to lay on her side for a quick bunnynap. It is the cutest sight to see! Despite her history on the streets, Daisy is a sweet, playful and loving bunny. Anyone who adopts her will be lucky indeed. 

She has been vaccinated for RHDV2, spayed, and litter box trained. to adopt.


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