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In shelter Rabbit

Erie, PA, 16506
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Hi, Im Gray! Im named after my beautiful gray eyes. I make new friends easily, and I love to goof around and play! Im also always up for some pets. So if you love to play and also cuddle, then Im the bun for you!

Breed: Magpie Harlequin
Size: Small
DOB: Approximately 1 year old
Reason in Rescue: Grays mom, Meadow, was dumped outside with 22 other bunnies, and was rescued by EARS. Meadow was one of the pregnant bunnies at the time, and she gave birth to Gray and his siblings at EARS.
Personality: Fun, playful, sweet, loving
Friends: A good candidate for bonding

• Requirements •
Must be adopted as an indoor animal, with a large to x-large dog crate or puppy pen (minimum 4 x 2).  We do not recommend plastic bottom cages.

• Adoption process •
An adoption application must be filled out (, and approved by our adoption committee. Then we will arrange a meeting time to see the animal of interest. A home visit is required prior to adoption. If you have any other questions you can email at or call (814)838-9732.

• Recommended Food •
  - Oxbow, Sherwood, Small Pet Select or Kaytee timothy pellets, about 1/4 cup per day
  - Unlimited timothy hay
  - 2-3 cups of fresh, dark leafy green vegetables per day
  For a complete list of rabbit-friendly veggies, visit

• Bedding •
Newspaper, Yesterdays News, Cellsorb, or Carefresh.


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