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In shelter Rabbit

Alliston, ON, L0G 1A0
Pet name:
Brown / Chocolate
Allow us to introduce Chris! 

Chris was born on June 7, 2021 to a Rex rabbit dad and an Hotot rabbit mom. He was one of six beautiful kits. 

Chris is an easy-going and curious bunny. In his pen he’s tidy and loves to toss toys around or hang out on his platform.  He’s a smart boy and will get excited for snack time. 

He’s fine with sometimes being picked up and will enjoy a snuggle. If sitting down with him, it’s best to let him explore! As long as your home is bunny-proofed, he loves to hop (and binky!) around and will find places to nap. 

Young rabbits are curious but sometimes they’re also sometimes shy. Rabbits are definitely fragile animals and are not suitable pets for young children, nor are they easy or “starter” pets. 

Even small rabbits require lots of safe indoor rabbit-proofed space so that they can get adequate exercise and have room to enjoy being a rabbit by running, jumping, stretching, sprawling and exploring. 

If you can provide unconditional love and dedication to a rabbit for 8-12 years (or sometimes even longer!) in a forever home, please complete an online adoption form here:


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