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In shelter Rabbit

Miami, FL, 33143
Pet name:
Netherland Dwarf
Snowball is a wonderfully sweet Netherland Dwarf who lost her litter mate and best bunny friend several months ago. She is approximately 1 year and 4 months old and would love to be adopted by a loving family seeking a friend for their own bun(s). She is spayed and has received excellent medical care to date. Snowball is litter trained and is very friendly and calm. She has been handled by 2 young boys and never bites. She loves to receive head and ear rubs and adores being pampered. But caution; she doesnt love to be ‘held’ – this scares her a little. She prefers to lay beside you, get lots of attention and take a nap or just hang out. She is very patient and loves to sit up and beg for treats which is super cute!! Her living environment has been exclusively indoors, so an outdoor environment would not be ideal for her. She’s currently training to free roam with supervision.  

At night Snowball spends time in her X-pen and during the day she free roams and will go to her pen & hutch for naps. Her preferred diet consists of (1) romaine lettuce (2) bok choy (3) cilantro (4) 1 small baby carrot per day (4) unlimited Timothy hay and orchard hay (5) dried flowers and timothy hay snacks. She does not do well with ANY kind of fruit. Snowball has never lived with dogs or cats, so her personality with other animals is unknown.


Snowball has been with a loving family with 2 young boys for over a year. She is very loved but the working situation for the parents has changed and both will be traveling much more frequently. Additionally, a large home project will cause the family to live in a temporary rental for 8 weeks where pets are not permitted. Boarding will be too stressful for her and the family ultimately would like to find her a loving home where she can enjoy the company of a companion bun.

A loving and dedicated home where owners truly understand rabbits, their habits, their nutritional needs, medical care and financial responsibilities associated with proper rabbit care is a priority for the current family.


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