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I am a male Holland Lop who is nurtured.
Cookie and Boots were born two days after their mom arrived in our care. The mom came from the US from a large rescue. They are a pair, and must be adopted together.
Cookie is light cream coloured and Boots is black. Cookie is the larger of the two, Boots is quite petite.
Boots is much faster than Cookie, don’t blink or she will be gone in a flash. Both love to be on the move constantly, unless they are sleeping. Both are very friendly and will climb into your hand to be pulled out of their aquarium. They love to run about and climb all over you. They like to build mounds with their cage bedding and sleep inside them together. They enjoy chewing paper towel rolls and running through them.
Like many hammies they hoard their food in every corner of their enclosure. They like to eat a few different foods besides their hammy food. Both will nibble on cucumber, banana and plain cheerios, We tried apple and blueberries but neither seem to care for it. They’re most active in the late evening and enjoy spending time with humans. If they are awake they will put their little hands on the side of the enclosure when you approach them. They can’t wait for you to take them out to play.
Monty is a neutered male with a big appetite. He came to us from a shelter when he was out of time, he was not a happy boy there! Now he is doing So much better in foster care! He loves his veggies and treats and will take them from your hand eagerly. He is a bit cage aggressive at the moment but his foster mom is trying to get him out of that habit. He likes to have free range and has pretty good litter box habits when it comes to urine, do find poop balls when he is out of his cage. Monty has been exposed to cats and shows no fear of them at all. He will hop up to them and they will exchange sniffs. He is also starting to let his foster mom his nose and head (and he has only been there a week so far). Monty’s coat is very shiny and silky, makes me think Black Beauty would be a better name for him!
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Cocoa Bean and Coffee Bean are dwarf hamsters that must be adopted together. They came to Rabbit Rescue from Indiana, via the Pipsqueakery. They had been abandoned and needed a home to help rehabilitate them as they were prone to biting. From the get-go it was obvious to their foster family who was the bossy, active hamster and who was the “chill” girl. Coffee Bean earned her name because she runs around like she’s hyped up on caffeine, and is definitely the bossy one. Like her name, Cocoa Bean is a sweetie, and much more laid back. Cocoa Bean has allowed her foster mum to stroke her back and will take treats. Coffee Bean is still unsure, and will only let herself be pet on her own terms.
Cocoa Bean is usually found sleeping in her food dish… She loves to eat! Coffee Bean is usually on her wheel or climbing the cage when she isn’t napping.
Both Coffee and Cocoa are proving to be devoted mothers..because SURPRISE.. after a few days in our care they both had babies!. All 6 babies are now up for adoption as well.
These two adorable dwarf hamsters came from a rescue in Indiana. From above, the brothers seem identical, but there personality and distinctive tummies makes it easy to tell them apart. While both very active, Punkin (with a narrow stripe down his tummy) is almost always on the go, enjoying the wheel or in his ball, he just keeps moving. Pi (with a pie shaped white spot on his chest) loves burrowing and climbing, will use the wheel but not a great fan of the ball – he tries to burrow out! Both are learning to be social. As all hamsters they are defensive when approached from above, nipping if alarmed. Once they are on your chest or lap, they settle in to receive pets. I use the ball to get them out of the cage and avoid nipping. They are brothers and squabble at times. While there are two of everything, they naturally fight over the same food bowl or wheel. They appear when they hear me and stand up tall to try and reach me.
Hello, my name is Ruby. I’m adorable and adventurous and I’m totally available. I can be little shy when you first meet me- who isn’t- but once I get to know and trust you, I’ll open up and be playful and engaging.
A few words from my foster mom -Ruby is very curious and a bit of a health nut–she loves to exercise and she eats more hay than any bunny I’ve seen. Despite her size, she loves to binky and run around in circles super fast. She likes being around people and inquisitively sniffs them out. She enjoys petting and even being picked up for short amounts of time. She picked litter box habits up fast and is now great with her litter. Ruby is being spayed Dec. 2016.
Rumsey is a very sweet shy bunny. She stays reserved unless you click your tongue with some food in your hands, then she will come running over and eat out of your hand and get in your lap. Food is 100% the way to her heart. She is a curious soul and will go everywhere she can get to, to go explore. She is also fearless as she always hops right up to my dog to say hello, She is free range as her size limits her in a traditional cage. Her favorite places to get rubbed are between her ears, and she strongly dislikes her neck being rubbed. She is currently being litter trained and once we get that down pat she’ll be the perfect free range bunny as she doesn’t bite or chew. She has been spayed and had a small benign lump removed at time of her spay..she is healthy now and ready to find her forever home!
Peaches is one of Vienna’s babies, that came to us only 2 days old on Aug.
7th 2016. Vienna was seized after being raised for meat in disgusting
Peaches is a sweet and spunky girl. She is still a little timid about
getting picked up or petted but enjoys running around and doing her own
thing. She is very curious and likes to explore everything in her
environment. She is also very friendly with other animals and will hop right
up to cats. Peaches isn’t very destructive but can get into mischief if she
finds that she isn’t getting enough time out of her pen. She is a happy girl
who loves to do binkies and run around, especially in the morning. Her fur
is very soft.
She would do really well bonded to another rabbit(s). She loves other
animals and is super friendly with them. She’s got a bit of an attitude and
binkies away when she knows it’s time to go back in her pen. She has a bit
of trouble on our hardwood floor but doesn’t seem afraid of it at all and is
getting used to it. She is definitely a morning rabbit who loves the sun.
She sleeps well at night and is up as soon as the sun comes up to run around
like crazy and do binkies everywhere. She is super curious and will explore
everywhere and everything she can get to. She can make anyone laugh with her
antics. The only thing she ever destroyed were some paper pictures that were
taped up in her pen. She decided she didn’t like the décor and let her
foster mom know. She will be spayed as soon as she is old enough. She cant
wait to find her forever home!
Tulip is a sweet bun who was rescued from a terrible situation. She has come along way since August after being rescued with 103 other rabbits who were being raised for meat. Tulip is still very hesitant about new situations and loud noises so she will require someone with rabbit experience and patience to continue to bring her out of her shell. She loves to binky and run around so a large space and lots of time outside her pen is a must. Tulip likes to be pet around the face and ears which means she just wants to be loved. She gets very excited about her pellets and loves fresh timothy hay. Tulip is litter trained and likes to play with toys that she can chew. She does not show any destructive behaviour and likes to stretch out just about anywhere. Tulip wants to trust, she just needs someone to spend time with her and love her – could that be you? We had her spayed and health checked in Aug 2016.