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Alphonse and Alice   

In shelter Rabbit

Los Angeles, CA, 90027
Pet name:
Alphonse and Alice
Alphonse is a rambunctious rabbit who loves being pet. He thinks he is the man in charge of any situation. However, he still runs over at the first sound of the treat bag being opened and is very easy to train. His backstory: he was saved from being snake food on Craigslist! Cute fact: In the winter, he loves laying out in front of the heater. His favorite green: romaine lettuce.

Alice is a shy, sweet girl. Dont let her innocent face fool you though, she is the brains behind the operations. She even steals treats and food from Alphonse! Luckily, he doesnt mind, as she is his personal groomer. Her backstory: she was saved from a fire in California! Cute fact: her favorite activity is cuddling with Alphonse. Her favorite green: cilantro!

If you are interested in adopting Alice and Alphonse, please inquire here on Petfinder or contact us at and well happily send you the adoption package.
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