Meet Annie and Joy! These sweet girls are being fostered in the Harrisburg area and are some of our longest residents with the rescue.
Originally rescued from a feral colony stemming from several breeder dumps, Annie and Joy are among the lucky survivors that joined the Brigade from a pretty rough situation. Annie is the beautiful chocolate-colored girl, and Joy is the petite blue-gray bun.
During their time with us, Annie and Joy have become relaxed and love to flop in their pen, especially under a nice cozy hide! Annie is the bolder of the two and is more likely to request attention, though both girls will beeline for a treat, even if they scamper away after snatching it up.
These girls thrive on routine and need a family who will give them space and time to earn their trust. Theyre sweet as can be and so entertaining to watch, but tend to run and hide when startled and arent ready to accept pets or cuddles yet.
Both buns have perfect litterbox habits and keep a clean house! Both love to run in their pen, play, groom each other, and flop constantly. Theyre also fully vaccinated against RHDV2!
All potential adopters are carefully screened so that we can ensure our rabbits are placed only in the safest of homes. If youre interested in adopting, please copy and paste the following link in order to fill out our pre-screening application: bunnybrigadepa.com/adoption-application
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