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Bear (bonded to Delaney) Rabbit English Spot San Diego, CA

  • Senior
  • Male
  • Medium


Bonded, Friendly, Likes Being Pet
Vaccinations up to date, spayed / neutered.

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Meet Bear (bonded to Delaney)

Diet: 1/4 cup Selective Naturals pellets, unlimited mixed hay, 1 cup mixed greens (low calcium ONLY; butter leaf, cilantro, Belgian endive, romaine lettuce), 1 Oxbow Support Joint Supplement

Bear & Delaney are a pair of brother and sister who have been together through thick and thin! They, and their mother, Brianna, were adopted a few years ago and used to be adored for their playful and gentle behavior when we used to be able to host Bunny Yoga. Their mother passed away and Bear & Delaney returned to our care mid-2021. They are now older bunnies looking for a forever home. Both Bear & Delaney love feeding times! They also enjoy doing zoomies through their tunnel toy and lounging together. Delaney is the more sassy and vocal bunny of the pair and can be protective of Bear if she thinks something is happening.

Bear & Delaney are older bunnies who require rechecks with the vet every few months to monitor their kidneys. They may also require occasional subQ fluids for their kidney health.

Spayed, date unknown

Note: Bear and Delaney are bonded and must be adopted together

Minimum housing requirement - double pen or free roam

Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease Virus (RHDV) is a highly contagious and deadly disease caused by a calicivirus that affects both wild and domestic rabbits. It is not contagious to people or other animals. For the first time, the virus is causing deaths in rabbits and hares native to North America and is spreading rapidly. UPDATE: In May 2021, California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA) has confirmed new cases of RHDV in rabbits in Kern, Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, San Diego and Ventura County. In addition to detection of RHDV2 in wild cottontail rabbits and jackrabbits, RHDV2 has been confirmed in domestic rabbits on 50 premises, including a detection in a feral domestic rabbit. For more information, please visit our website at:

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Bear (bonded to Delaney)

Bear (bonded to Delaney)

  • English Spot
  • Senior
  • Male