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Tiny Momma and Her Baby   

In shelter Rabbit

Cream Ridge, NJ, 08514
Pet name:
Tiny Momma and Her Baby
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Three cute little Hotot bunnies were surrendered to Kind Heart. 
When this Momma (Lana) came in, she had already gotten pregnant as her former owner didnt separate the boys and girls.  

We HOPED she wasnt pregnant as she was barely 5 months old herself.  But she did have two babies.   Sadly, one baby passed...but the remaining baby (Kenso) and Lana are doing great.  Sometimes these things happen, especially when the bunnies did not have the best care before coming to KInd Heart.  This is the case here.  The bunnies were kept outside in a cage exposed to the elements.  The bunnies were wet, dirty...until they were rescued.  But as mentioned above, by then, the Lana was pregnant.

The larger bunny is Momma Lana, and of course, the smaller is Baby Kenso.  Incredibly cute!  We will be placing them together as a bonded pair.  We always like to keep at least one baby with the Momma.

$175 adoption fee for both Lana and Kenso.  This includes Lanas spay and spay/neuter of Kenso when old enough.

Also includes a playpen, litter box, bowls, hay, and pellets.

Homes in Jersey only, please.


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