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In shelter Rabbit

Miami, FL, 33179
Pet name:
Netherland Dwarf
This sweet older girl has been through a world of suffering. She was given away to a hoarder who let her loose with a domestic colony that they had living on their property. She was rejected by the colony because she was quite literally the light sheep in a sea of black rabbits and mercilessly bullied because of it. She spent her last few years giving birth to litter after litter and sustaining wound after wound from other rabbits. Her body is covered in scars and ruptured abscesses that were never treated and her skin and dewlap are a little saggy because shes had so many litters that her body wasnt able to bounce back. Shes even raised babies who werent her own when their mom developed a severe infection and couldnt care for them. When we got her she was suffering from an extremely painful pyometra which almost ruptured. Shes feeling much better now that her pyometra is out. Shes never had individual one-on-one attention or known love. Now that shes older (estimated to be 5-6ish), nobody wants to show her love and kindness because shes so old.

She still has many years of love left to give to somebody who will love her back. We were fortunate enough to be in the area when the call came through about her pending euthanasia and she is safe now but she is desperately looking for a home where she will get some love and one on one attention so that she can come out of her shell and feel safe again. 

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Penny and Wild: Smalls of South Florida

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  1. American Humane Association
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  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
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