Julia was found abandoned outside with Bentley. The night she was rescued she gave birth to 8 kits on 1/30/2019. Julia was starving, dehydrated and suffering from ear mites. She was exhausted. It has taken her several days for her to regain her strength.
Julia is such a sweet rabbit. She is very attentive to her babies. Julia has finished nursing her kits and has been spayed. This very sweet rabbit loves to have space to roam and relax. She gets along well with cats.
We do not adopt rabbits for children. Children often lose interest in pet rabbits. Rabbits have very delicate skeletal systems and should not be handled by young children. Children tend to want to hold and cuddle animals, most rabbits do not like to be held. Rabbits are NOT a low maintenance pet. They live an average of 10 to 12 years. We are looking for long term committed homes who will provide a loving indoor home for the life of a rabbit(s). Please note: we do not consider the barn, garage or a laundry room as adequate indoor housing for a rabbit. Indoor housing is a rabbit living in room of a home where the most activity takes place. Rabbits are very social animals and love to be part of the family.
Before considering adopting a rabbit, research how to properly care for one. Check out our rabbit care articles here. For more extensive information on rabbits please check out Rabbit Care articles from House Rabbit Society.
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