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In shelter Rabbit

Lakeville, MN, 55044
Pet name:
Mini Rex
Hi! I am Rowan, and I am a curious and energetic bunny! I was found as a stray bunny and now live in a loving foster home. I take a little time to warm up to people, but once I have, I am unstoppable. I will crawl all over you, if I think you have food for me.

Free roaming time is my favorite, and I rarely get into anything during my free roam time so my foster mom will let me out as much as possible. She does monitor my free roam time since I love to explore and will chew and pull on the barriers preventing me from getting to my foster moms plants and other spaces that could be dangerous to me. I zoom and binky all around during my free roam time! There is no time for pets when I am running about. My foster mom says I have excellent litter box habits!!! I have never once peed outside my litter box and will occasionally leave a cocoa puff of two in my x-pen, but NEVER outside my pen.

My life is so fun! I run through my tunnel and play with stacking cups (especially when there are treats in them!). I throw my plastic keys around as well as plastic ball with a bell in it.

By the way, I havent found a food that I dont like! Cilantro, romaine lettuce, occasional bananas and any Oxbow Simple Rewards treats are my favorites. You can see me picking out my next Oxbow treat on my YouTube video:

When I know my foster mom is about to feed me, I will sit and wait to be pet first and then will race to put my head in my food bowl before she can even get the pellets in there.

When I first entered the rescue, I was not comfortable in receiving pets. My foster mom has been very patient and kind, and I have learned to enjoy pets. I am still not a big fan on being picked up, but that is not unusual for bunnies I am told.

I dont know how I would do around older children, cats or dogs since I am not around any. My foster mom thinks I might like a bonded friend, however, with enough attention, I am happy and content to be with people only.

I am really a lot of fun, and am looking forward to a forever home that can enjoy my energy and can give me lots of free roam time to be with them.

*RRMN does not recommend our rabbits as companion animals for anyone under the age of 10*

If youre interested, please fill out an adoption application at:

Gender: Male

Approximate birthdate: 1/27/2021

Approximate weight: 3.64 pounds

Adoption fee: $95.00 (+tax)

RRMN bunnies are all vetted, spayed/neutered, and microchipped. All bunnies are fostered in private homes where they are socialized and ready to become indoor companion house pets. RRMN is a non-profit rescue group operated 100% by volunteers, and 100% of donations/adoption fees go to the direct care of our animals. Due to their very special behavioral needs, we do not advocate for our rescue rabbits to serve as Emotional Support Animals (ESAs). We are unable to provide any documentation or certification for an ESA.

If you have any questions or are interested in meeting or adopting this bunny, the first step is to complete an adoption application found on our website: For the safety of our rescue bunnies, our protocol requires a home-visit before placement. Therefore, we are unable to facilitate adoptions that exceed an hour and a half of travel time from the Twin Cities area.

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