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Asteroid

Male Adult Florida White (mixed)

Story on them: I was out on my weekly rescue pull in Selma, Ca (Central Valley) for our organization when I saw these guys at the shelte... show more

Story on them: I was out on my weekly rescue pull in Selma, Ca (Central Valley) for our organization when I saw these guys at the shelter along with a mom and about 10 itty bitties. I couldn’t take them all so took the bigger bunnies of the bunch which were these 5. They had been dropped off at the Selma shelter a day before I picked them up, by someone who couldn’t care for them anymore.  I never received a kennel card for them from the previous shelter but can contact them and ask if they ever created one for them and get a copy. They haven’t received any vaccines. They were briefly looked at by one of our vets and looked healthy but it was a quick check up. They’ve been indoors with the foster who has them, the entire time. Have been exposed to a medium size dog that belongs to the foster (rabbits in cage) and they’ve adapted and have gotten used to the dog sniffing the cage. They’re okay being handled/held.  The previous rescue reached out for help as 'rabbits' are not their focus of rescue.  We have them now where they will be health checked, spayed or neutered and ready for their furever homes. Asteroid has grown into an amazing rabbit.  He is a large Florida white with beautiful dark eyes.  He wants to interact with you and spend time with you.  He loves his outdoor playtime and enjoys his indoor time as well.  He is so much fun to watch and will be a delight in any home that he joins.  He is neutered and micro chipped and ready to go. show less

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Batman

Male Adult Dwarf Hotot Other/Unknown (mixed)

So this little boy may have been born in the wild, but we don't think so.  He was seen for 2 weeks along with his sibling and mother at... show more

So this little boy may have been born in the wild, but we don't think so.  He was seen for 2 weeks along with his sibling and mother at the Coredevalle Resort in San Martin.  They had themselves a cozy little home in the briar bushes with a little stream for water.  Several at the resort felt they were surviving well, but  as we all know, domestic rabbits do not belong in the wild.  Some believed that a farmer was raising them for meat rabbits and they escaped.  We know that they were dumped as they would not travel over a mile of open terrain.  A concerned resident contacted SBRR  and asked us to go up and capture them and give them a chance for a better life.  The first attempt and we were able to capture the brothers.  Their mother has been captured and is resting at SBRR.  They have fleas and ticks and are a little underweight but those are easy things to fix. They are very docile and kind rabbits and they will be easy to find homes for. Fast Forward:  Batman and Robin were adopted and were living the life.  Then life happened to their human family.  They rejoined the SBRR family and are available for adoption again.  They are siblings and sometimes fight as siblings do.  They have really good litter box skills and we have found that they do best with their own bowl of pellets.  They share hay, water and the litterbox but will argue over pellets.  They will make wonderful indoor rabbits and will be a fun part of any family.  The adoption donation is $182.00 for the both of them.  It also includes registration of their micro chips to you the adopter.  If you choose to adopt only one of them, the adoption donation is $116.00. show less