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In shelter Rabbit

Youngstown, OH, 44507
Pet name:
Florida White
Coat length:
Hi! I’m Pony. Me and my brothers and sisters were abandoned when we were very small during a winter storm. Luckily a nice lady found us when she went to check on her horses and she called and here we are. We’re called the Barn Bunnies and we all have horsey names. I do like to gallop around and eat lots of hay so you might even say… I’m a little horse. Because my name is Pony. Oh. I crack me up. If you are looking for a funny friend to gallop through life with and you have room for a small Pony to run then trot on over to and fill out an application for me today. Whoa there! Before you go, I’m supposed to mention that I’m vaccinated against RHVD and current with all my health checks. So I’ve got my saddle bags packed and I’m rarin’ to go just waiting on someone to ride off into the sunset. That could be you!


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