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In shelter Rabbit

Los Angeles, CA, 90027
Pet name:
Florida White
Coat length:
Dill is very shy but has developed trust with her foster mom. She will go up to her foster mom for pets and treats. She approaches children and women when they reach into the cage to get cuddles and pets. 
She hates being handled and hates going back into her cage. 

She does really well with little people. My niece would pet her, kiss her and go up to her without her running away. She loves kids. 

******She needs a family that will potentially have a digging area because she loves digging. I have cleaned her home endless times and in minutes she digs all the hay out. She is litter trained. 

****SHE LOVES blankets and sleeping under them. She loves her cups and throwing them around. She lets me know when her pallets are empty by tossing around and making noise with the bowl because how dare her foster parents not know it is empty.

DILL thinks the vacuum is her sound machine. There have been countless times when I vacuum and she throws herself on the floor to sleep spread out. Her favorite was when the baby bunnies would get freaked out by it and leave her alone to take a shut-eye nap. 

Dill helped her children tear a plastic tarp I had in her cage so she can create tunnels. She loved being under the tarp (like a tunnel) all day long napping. Now she needs a blanket in her space to tuck under to nap. 

She loves playing with her cups! Loves tossing them in the water and everywhere. It takes her time to settle in and build trust so she needs someone to be patient with her. 

But I believe 10000% she needs a home with a sandbox for her and would let her roam. She is extremely obsessed with digging. 

If you are interested in adopting Dill, please inquire here on Petfinder or contact us at and well happily send you our adoption package.
Thank you!


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