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In shelter Rabbit

Waukesha, WI, 53188
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Dotty is a large rex lady weighing in at approx. 8.6 lbs.

She is skittish of being handled.  She does not like being picked up or held, and prefers to do binkies & zoomies without interference during her playtime hours.

Rexes tend to gain weight easily.  It is important to keep a rex bun and all rabbits at a healthy weight to prevent sore hocks.

Background:  A good samaritan helped Dottys mother transition to a safe indoor home. Along came a litter that included Dotty.  Brook-Falls Veterinary Hospital in Menomonee Falls did Dottys spay at 5 1/2 months of age.

2022 UPDATE.

Think financial costs of a rabbit: Daily hay next to litter box, toys, housing unit and ex-pens, fresh greens, litter box supplies, chew toys, a quality timothy pellet, and time to spend with you.

- Ample time to explore in a bunny-proofed home!   10-12+ years.

- We include Rehome-Needy rabbits (adoptables) as a Courtesy Listing.

- No out-of-the-area adoptions.  

Dotty - due to challenging behaviors - will stay with her caregiver.  Sanctuary status.  A pass-the-bunny scenario is not suited for any vulnerable companion pet learning to trust.

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