Do you want to adopt a pet – or just look at some adorable rabbits? In and around Los Angeles, there are dozens of sweet rabbits that can be adopted in animal shelters.
Animal shelters work hard to take care of unoccupied pets and connect them to loving homes. Hoodline used Petfinder data to drive this summary of rabbits currently available for adoption.
(Details such as pet availability, training, vaccinations and other features are based on data provided by Petfinder and may change – contact the shelter for the latest information.)
New Year's Eve, Lionhead and Dutch Rabbit Mix
New Year's Eve is a male Lionhead rabbit and a Dutch rabbit mix housed in the Bunny World Foundation.
He is castrated and vaccinated.
This is how Silvesters friends of the Bunny World Foundation think about him:
Read more about how to introduce New Year's Eve to Petfinder.
New Year's Eve is a beautiful Lionhead boy dedicated to his girlfriend Elaine. Do you have room in your heart for this handsome man and his fabulous hairstyle?
Mix of Razzle, Dwarf Rabbit and English Spot Rabbit
Razzle is an adorable mix of male dwarf rabbits and English spot rabbits kept by the Bunny World Foundation.
He is castrated and vaccinated.
The current janitors of Razzle say:
Read more about using Razzle on Petfinder.
Razzle is a sweet dwarf who loves to cuddle and play. He would most like to meet a rabbit woman and have her own home.
Java, Mini Rex Bunny
Java is a cute female Mini Rex rabbit, run by the Bunny World Foundation.
Java is already castrated and vaccinated.
Java's current janitors say:
Apply to Petfinder today to take over Java.
Java is a sweet Rex girl who was rescued from North Central Animal Shelter. Rex bunnies have a beautiful, velvety coat and Java is a very unique girl. She has conceived a litter (with a Rex baby) and is now ready to find her own home forever.
Harlow, American Fuzzy Lop Rabbit
Harlow is a charming female American fuzzy lop rabbit who currently lives at the Bunny World Foundation.
Her vaccinations are already up to date and she is castrated.
Comments from Harlow's janitors:
Read more about introducing Harlow to Petfinder.
Harlow is a cheeky little sweetheart with the most valuable helicopter ears and a nervous little mane. She loves to get out and explore. She will also sit quietly and enjoy pets as long as you are ready to pet her. She likes digging in her cat toilet, but manages to keep everything in the box.
Oreo, Havana rabbit
Oreo is a cute female Havana rabbit who currently lives at the Bunny World Foundation.
She is vaccinated and castrated.
Notes from Oreo's janitors:
Read more about Oreo on Petfinder.
Oreo is a cute, friendly girl who lost her husband last year. Since then she is lonely. This quiet, beautiful older girl would like to become part of her family and spend her twilight years happy and loved.
Ivy, harlequin rabbit
ivy is a cute female harlequin rabbit currently living with the Bunny World Foundation.
Ivy is already castrated and she has all her shots.
Comments from Ivy's janitors:
Read more about how to introduce Ivy to Petfinder.
Ivy is a lively, naughty girl who has surrendered from her owner with her partner Violet to the Municipal Animal Shelter. Animal Control separated them and left the girls in shock. BWF collapsed and rescued them to reunite the connected couple, and they were never happier. Her personalities complement each other perfectly: Violet is shy and reserved, while Ivy is spunky and sociable. Will you give them a new home forever?
Violet, English Lop rabbit
violet is a female English Lop rabbit kept at the Bunny World Foundation.
She has all her pictures and she is neutered.
Violet's current janitors say:
Read more about introducing Violet to Petfinder.
Violet is a sweet, shy girl brought to the city by her owner and her partner Ivy. Animal Control separated them and left the girls in shock. BWF collapsed and rescued them to reunite the connected couple, and they were never happier. Her personalities complement each other perfectly: Violet is shy and reserved, while Ivy is spunky and sociable. Will you give them a new home forever?
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