Hi, we are the Fruit Babies! We are only just 5 weeks old so we are not currently adoptable, but we wanted to introduce ourselves to you! Our amazing mom Clementine was saved from the outdoors with another male lop rabbit and a few weeks later gave birth to all 5 of us at the shelter. That is no place for a new litter of babies to live and luckily Hug-a-Bunny came and took us all in.
We are named Kiwi, Mango, Raspberry, Fig, and Pear. We are each so different and have different personalities. One thing that we all have in common is that we are so sweet and we are all great eaters! We still eat from our mom but also are eating pellets, hay, and recently tried our mom’s greens for the first time. We also are all using the litterbox for pee and our foster mom calls us advanced.
We won’t be ready to find new homes for a few more weeks and at that time we’ll likely split into pairs in the hopes of finding homes with a sibling. We realize how cute we are, but we will only go to very experienced homes. Babies are so cute but we will grow up into big rabbits and need “forever homes.”
Thanks so much for reading about us. To see us grow over time, check out the Hug-a-Bunny Rabbit Rescue Facebook page or Instagram (@hugabunnyrabbitrescue) where they post photos of us weekly! Feel free to email at firstname.lastname@example.org for more info!
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