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Chloe (aka Sabrina)   

In shelter Rabbit

Los Angeles, CA, 90027
Pet name:
Chloe (aka Sabrina)
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Chloe (aka Sabrina) is a beautiful 3-year-old, female, all black Havana bunny.  She weighs approximately 7 lbs, and was born with us at Bunny World Foundation, where she was bottle fed as a baby.

She is used to being groomed (brushed and nails clipped). She was originally adopted to be a companion for another bunny who has since passed away, so she lost her Husbun about a year ago and has been a single bunny ever since.  

She is sweet, litter box trained, curious and loves her treats and fresh veggies.  She would do well with an owner who will handle her often as she is a bit shy and skittish with people, but she will let you pet her if you tell her she’s a good girl.

Chloe is well loved, but unfortunately her owner needs to re-home her due to some unfortunate circumstances beyond her control.  She is very healthy, and appears happy, often binkying around her environment, although probably lonely, and she eats her hay, dry food, vegetables and treats with gusto.

She will definitely be missed, but will be much better off with an owner who can give her a loving home, proper care and attention, and a new mate!

If you are interested in adopting Chloe (aka Sabrina), 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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