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Bramley* Updated Bio*   

In shelter Rabbit

West Vancouver, BC, V7V 3N3
Pet name:
Bramley* Updated Bio*
Can you believe little Bramley was born in BC SPCA care and has been waiting for his forever home for 239 days!? He will have been here for a year on November 16, lets find this guy the perfect home! 

Like many bunnies, Bramley does not enjoy being handled & petted, but may climb on you if fresh veggies or pellets are involved! As the most shy of the litter, he is very wary of people and his surroundings, so a quiet, safe (bunny-proofed) room or home is important. 

You can find Bramley relaxing in a hiding spot during the daytime, usually emerging at dusk for free roam time and a show of zoomies and binkies. This is especially entertaining early morning when he bolts upstairs to the kitchen for a fresh veggie breakfast and laps of the house! He is very tidy and great with his litterbox habits.

Bramley would fit best in a calm home with someone who can respect his preference for space, quiet day times, and free roams when he is active. 

If you would like to know more about Bramley, or set up a time to meet him, please call the West Van SPCA at 604-922-4622 as he is currently enjoying a lovely foster home until his adoption! 
 Primary Color: Brown Brindle Weight: 1.65kg Age: 0yrs 10mths 3wks Animal has been Neutered
BC SPCA West Vancouver Branch 604 922 4622


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