Netherland Dwarf : : Female (spayed) : : Small
Although she weighs only 2 ½ lbs., Annie has a lot of sweetness and personality packed into her tiny body. This little bunny is smart, too. Annie has free run of her foster parents’ bedroom while they are home, but she stays safely in a large, custom-built bunny condo during their work hours. Annie knows that when her foster mom closes the bathroom door, that’s the signal that it’s time for her to hop into her carrier for a ride to the condo. Whenever Annie hears the bathroom door closing, no matter what she’s doing – even enjoying a tasty meal – she stops and runs right into the carrier! Now that’s a smart girl!
Annie’s lifestyle has definitely improved since she was rescued. Annie’s original owners wanted to dump Annie outside when the fun of having an “Easter Bunny” wore off. A friend of the original owners didn’t want Annie thrown outside in the woods so she took Annie. However, this woman had an infant and other pets so Annie was kept in a dark basement in a small cage. She was very lonely and scared. Fortunately, we were able to get her out of that living situation and into a loving foster home. Now we need to find Annie a permanent home where she’ll be cared for and cherished forever.
Though still a little shy from her previous ordeal, Annie is friendly and good-natured with both kids and adults. She will sit on your lap for petting. Annie loves her all of her healthy food and is especially fond of the leafy greens she gets every day.
Annie is a little beauty, and her combination of big, beautiful brown eyes and tiny little ears is simply irresistible. Annie’s fur is very soft, and she is even more adorable than her pictures indicate. Because of her small, delicate size, Annie needs a home without very young children.
To meet Annie in her foster home (in Ardmore, PA) or for more information, please contact email@example.com.
Please learn about proper rabbit care before deciding to adopt. Rabbits are NOT easy, low maintenance, “starter” pets! To learn more, check out the website www.rabbit.org and the book, Rabbits for Dummies, by Audrey Pavia. ACDC’s rabbit director can also provide you with a packet of rabbit care information. Contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org.