These rabbits are currently available through New Mexico House Rabbit Society:
This tiny bundle of joy arrived at the Albuquerque East Side Shelter and was fostered from early August. Since then she's been having way too much fun in her foster home. She is full of beans (before she needs her nap time) and has been enthusiastically engaging in bunny gymnastics.
During one practice session she boldly launched herself straight up in the air and landed wedged between the couch and the wall. She had to be helped out.
Her personality is energetic, curious, sweet, and cuddly. Cuddly until the end of her attention span that is. Quite the homebody, when she takes her afternoon siesta, she likes to roll up the towels in her pen before lying down.
Jessie has classic Dutch rabbit markings, a white band across her shoulders, and a face with a little snip of white ending on her nose. We think she'll be a beautiful medium sized adult.
Her litter-box skills are good and improving daily. Her current favourite treats are carrot and cucumber.
Jessie will be an excellent first bunny, especially since she's been handled so much from such a young age. This might be an excellent opportunity for someone to prepare their home (and family) for an incoming bun in advance! Jessie will be be quite the catch, so let us know if you're interested!
***Jessie is currently being fostered for the Albuquerque East Side Animal Shelter, but you can register your interest with her foster carer by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org***
Although young, he is pure muscle and very athletic. His big ears and feet indicate that he will be a large adult rabbit, so he needs to go to a home where he will have lots of room to run.
His least favorite thing is being picked up (âUnhand me, human!â) but this nobleman also has a sensitive side. He adores to have his head petted and will wait for you to pet his head every time you walk by. Heâs a real sweetie and you will often see him very relaxed (or even sleeping) and has on occasion gently tugged at his caregiver's shirt to implore more attention.
With an active mind, he will pass the time by chewing. His favorite thing to chew is pine cones although if one isn't available he'll chew whatever else is.
He was turned into the shelter on Cinco de Mayo as a stray, and has been in attentive foster since May 7th. He is house trained with very good litterbox skills. His favourite foods are collard greens, romaine, and cilantro.
He would be comfortable as an only-bunny during his formative years, but this is a bunny fit to give and receive endless love and attention, and a bunny partner would ultimately satisfy this need.
Can you offer a home with sufficient stimulation to keep this bright, young champion engaged, whilst doting on him in the fashion he deserves?
***Cinco is currently being fostered for the Albuquerque East Side Animal Shelter, but you can register your interest with his foster carer by emailing email@example.com***
Basil is a special needs bunny in that he was surrendered, with his mate Clover, to a shelter with a badly broken right hind leg. The vets went into action and following a surgery to put a pin in his broken tibia, his hind leg was put in a soft cast for 5 weeks. His tibia has healed very well, but he eventually lost the toes on his right foot. However, he is the little bunny that could, he gets around so well, running, binkying and all. The vet gave him an all clear as his leg has healed so well. Basil and Clover have been fostered for 5 months since surgery date and are doing very well! Because of Basil's special needs we prefer that this adorable pair go into a rabbit savvy home in the Santa Fe or Albuquerque area because we have discounts set up with trusted vets in these locations.
Interested in giving these adorable bunnies a home? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
To find out more, please call 505-435-9916 or email Criss Starr.
Note: House Rabbit Society does not take in rabbits directly from the public. We only take in rabbits directly from shelters. For information about finding a home for your rabbit, please visit here