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Mama Clementine   

In shelter Rabbit

Waldwick, NJ, 07463
Pet name:
Mama Clementine
Lop Eared
Hi, I’m Mama Clementine. I was rescued after I was released outdoors with another rabbit. He was able to be caught right away but it was a huge rescue effort to get me safely out of there. We were separated once we got to the shelter, but I was already pregnant. Just a month later in late October, I gave birth to 5 perfect babies in the shelter. They contacted Hug-a-Bunny who knew the shelter was no place for me or my babies and took me into foster care.

I was named Clementine, and they’re the “Fruit Babies”- Pear, Kiwi, Fig, Mango, and Raspberry. 

In my time in my foster home, I’ve learned to use the litterbox, have been eating nonstop (feeding babies requires a lot of calories for me), and I’m just the sweetest girl. I’m a big girl so I assume my babies will be big like me too, and hopefully they’ll also inherit my laid back personality. All of them have inherited some version of my eyes! I’m a gorgeous white lop with stunning blue eyes. 

My babies will be with me until they are at least 8 weeks old (until mid-December) but after that, I’ll be happy to get some space to myself again. I’m looking for a “forever home” who will adore me and give me the space and time I need to settle in. I’m perfect with my litterbox and I’m really easy. I’ll be spayed by the time my babies are 6 months old in April. 

Please email for more information about me. After all I’ve been through, I’ll only go to a home who will truly love me forever!


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