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Code: BFT2022


In shelter Rabbit

Saint Marys, OH, 45885
Pet name:
New Zealand
Everyone wants to meet Jack! This is one bunny with a big personality. Hes a young New Zealand White, a little over a year old and weighs about 8 pounds.

As you can see he loves to investigate everything and is very brave when it comes to jumping up and checking things out. He isnt yet to the point where he will let himself be petted without food bribes but he is still very inter-active.

He does great Bunny 500s, binkys like crazy and when done with that hell come over and poke me with his nose just to let me know hes around.

He is neutered and has the best litter box habits. He loves his chow and eats all the veggies Ive tried with him. His favorites are probably dandelion greens and cilantro. He really looks forward to his banana treat first thing in the morning. Being a rescue from a hoarding situation, we dont know a lot about his past - but he is looking forward to his forever home in the future!

He is currently fostering through Columbus House Rabbit Society. You can contact them direct or contact us and we will inform them of your interest.
Rabbit Rescue Rangers


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