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In shelter Rabbit

Miami, FL, 33179
Pet name:
Cash is timid and gentle soul who is still learning how to bunny.

He spent the first 2 years of his life in a state of constant fear, living outside in a colony of over 200 domestic rabbits where the life expectancy was only 1 - 2 years. With proper diet and veterinary care, domestic rabbits can live an average of 8 - 12 years!

Cash has had many breakthroughs since first coming to the rescue. Hell pop out when he hears his delicious Oxbow pellets hit the bowl, he takes treats from your hand, and will even accept a gentle pet every now and then. Hes still sus about being picked up but will allow it with a person he trusts. He is very respectful of property when free-roaming, is not destructive, and is perfectly litter-box trained. He wants to make sure he isnt a bother so he spends most of his day people-watching from inside his tunnel or hidey house. Getting under the couch again is #GOALS but his foster mom set up some barriers since last time he wouldnt come out. A quiet home without small children would suit him best. He is currently living alone but is good with other rabbits and a bunbro or a bunwife might help him to come out of his shell more.

Hopefully, there is someone who can show Cash that life doesnt have to be scary if you have a friend who loves you. An adopter who is experienced with skittish rabbits is a plus, but anyone who has it in their heart to love him should apply!

You can apply to adopt him here:


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