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In shelter Rabbit

Seattle, WA, 98119
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Val and Tina are snuggly love bunnies! They are eager for pets and Nibble Rings, and very well litter trained. They have lived in their corral, around calm dogs and cats, without raising an eyebrow.

They love to chew small boxes and toss them around, nibble on fennel, and eat their hay and other vegies. Val is quite adventuresome and would love to jump out of his corral, but some creatively-shaped boxes prevent that. We make sure our wires and plants are out of reach when they roam free, as they are expert chewers!

They are spayed and neutered, and have had their RHDV2 vaccines. 

They are a bonded pair and looking for home together. 

Val and Tina are currently being adored in their foster home and they are available for adoption!

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1. Copy and paste the link below into a new tab on your browser for the Critter Adoption Survey:

2. Download and complete the critter survey.

3. Save the survey to your device with a new file name that includes your last name. Make sure its filled in when opened again!

4. Please - put the name of the critter/s in the subject line of a new email. Attach your survey, add any additional information you would like us to know, and send it to:

A SAS Animal Care Officer will contact you about the animal you are interested in.

**Please note that some animals, especially young ones, will receive multiple adoption surveys shortly after being posted - sometimes many more than we can process. We appreciate your understanding and patience*



Copy the following link to read the Seattle Animal Shelter Rabbit Care Guide:

Please note that rabbits require large indoor spaces, not a hutch or small cage. There are simply too many dangers outside for a rabbit to thrive and survive. You are expected to make a lifetime commitment to your house rabbit, and they should be treated as an integral part of the family. The primary caregiver must be a responsible adult, and young children should always be supervised when interacting with your rabbit and instructed on proper approach and handling.

Rabbits are intelligent and social animals; they do best with a rabbit companion and need daily interaction with their human friends. Rabbits should be fed unlimited hay, a little high-quality hay pellets, and a fresh leafy green salad.

Your rabbit will need regular nail trims and annual vet checks. With proper care and lots of love, rabbits can live to be 10-12 years old.


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