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In shelter Rabbit

Ames, IA, 50010
Pet name:
Mini Lop
Meet Parsley! This sweet boy is a lionhead/mini lop mix born in September 2021. 
This young boy is social and enjoys being pet everywhere except his cheeks. He prefers to keep all four paws on the ground, but will tolerate being held when necessary. As a young boy, he has lots of energy and loves to have lots of cardboard boxes and tunnels to chew and play in. He is still young, so he is slowly being introduced to fruits and veggies, which he loves! Parsley is still working on litter habits, but we expect those to improve once he isnt around other rabbits in his foster home. 

Parsley would likely do well in a home with calm children, cats, or dogs. He may even do well with a spayed female rabbit. Parsley is looking forward to a home where he will get lots of love and attention as the grows up into a wonderful little house rabbit! If you are interested in adopting please fill out an application at

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