Lucky is a neutered male.

He is approximately 6 months old. Sadly, Lucky was abandoned outside with several other rabbits. Fortunately, volunteers were able to rescue him and his friends.

Lucky is an energetic playful rabbit. He is constantly on the move. He gets along well with cats. He needs a forever indoor home where he will be loved and treasured.

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We are not able to resume on site adoptions due to covid19 and due to the Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease Virus (RHVD2) outbreak in California. Read more about RHVD2 here

Interested in adopting?

Please read this very important article about RHVD2 and how you can protect your rabbit(s)
Vaccines have been ordered for all the FUR rabbits. They are expected to arrive sometime in June or July. If you are looking to vaccinate your rabbit(s) please contact your local Certified Exotic Veterinarian or you can contact the following Veterinarians in the greater Sacramento, California area.
  • Dr. Sanchez – Companion Animal Clinic in Auburn 530-885-3251
  • Dr. Brick – Madison Avenue Veterinary Clinic 916-961-1541
  • Dr. McRoberts – Petcare 916-791-9599
  • Dr. Griffiths – VCA Sunset Animal Medical Clinic 916-967-7768
  • Dr. Kittel – Kittel Family Veterinary Practice 916-714-5387
If you are interested in getting a friend for your rabbit please read these excellent bonding articles by HRS.
Watch this great video on how to go about bonding rabbits
Always wanted a rabbit. Learn more about having an indoor house rabbit by reading the following.
Great Rabbit Care Videos

4 Responses

  1. aj

    what breed? also is he vaccinated against the RHVD2 virus yet? thank you!

    • Kimberly

      Lucky is a beveren. he has been vaccinated against RHVD2.

  2. Hi I would like to get my sister a bunny for her birthday! She loves bunnies and I’m very interested in this one. There might be one problem 🤔 I can only pay with cash and I still need to ask my dad so I’ll get back with the answer asap.😁

    • Kimberly

      We don’t adopt rabbits as gifts. It’s best if your parents want a rabbit. They are a 10 to 12 year commitment.

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