These rabbits are currently available through New Mexico House Rabbit Society:
Hi, my name is Dunkin and I am a neutered, 7 month old, solid grey, 4 lb lop eared rabbit that has been in a foster home to provide love & support because of my insecurities. My first owners surrendered me because of behavior problems which I admit to. With lots of hands-on love & attention from my foster mom, I am developing into a happy rabbit. I have immaculate litter box habits and love my timothy hay & any fresh veggies that are given to me. I can be picked up & held and I love to have my whole head stroked with love. I do not chew or tear up things but I love to pick up & move my toys. I think I am above average in smarts as I am very observant of my surroundings but need a quiet home preferably with no small children. I love having someone talk to me & expect to be the center of attention so I should be in a home as the only rabbit.
If interested, please email my foster mom at email@example.com
Cheesecake is a spayed female, snow white with cherry eyes, approx 9lbs. Although shy, she has been around older kids, cats and dogs. She's in the process of litter box and handling training.
She is about 1.5 yrs old. She loves her pine cones and enjoys being petted. She will sit up and beg for healthy treats!
Dumped on streets of ABQ, taken to the shelter where she promptly had a litter, fostered in a loving home, fought off abscesses requiring surgery, & now fully recovered/healthy again, Serafina is finally ready to find her own forever home!
Serafina is a sassy, confident bun who knows what she wants and settles for nothing less! Bursting with personality & antics, she needs a home where she can free range.
Since abscesses sometimes return, NMHRS is prepared to cover the cost of any recurrence at one of our trusted ABQ vets, D. Levenson, DVM. Contact Kirstin@newmexicohrs.org if interested in adopting Serafina
Bandit is ok with dogs but will need to meet the dog first.
If interested in Bandit, contact Kirstin@newmexicohrs.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