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Chess Rabbit Bunny Rabbit Mix Fort Washington, PA

  • Young
  • Female
  • Medium
  • White


Friendly, Affectionate, Gentle, Playful, Smart, Curious, Funny, Athletic, Loves kisses
Coat length
Spayed / neutered.
Good in a home with
Cats, other animals. Rabbits.

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Meet Chess

Meet Chess! This beautiful girl was rescued after her first owner bought her and another bun, Domino, on impulse at a farmer's market before losing interest. Their first rescuer wasn't able to keep the duo, so one of our fosters scooped them both up. Chess is an unknown mixed breed - while she looks like a New Zealand, she's much smaller than one and hasn't shown signs of growing any further. We expect that she'll stay a medium sized bun at this point.

Chess is the sweetest girl in the world! She's quick to run up to the bars of her run and start mugging for attention. If you give her love, she'll get her fill, run off and binky to burn some energy, then come right back for more! Her foster mom found that she has the cutest reaction to head scratches - if you start between her eyes, she'll lean back in to your fingers and narrow her eyes in bliss. She's gotten so comfortable that she's tipped over and made her foster mom catch her before! Chessie isn't very comfortable being picked up, however, and wiggles like her life depends on it. Our foster finds it best to scoop her up with a towel whenever you need to hold her.

When she first came home, Chess was a voracious chewer and did in a number of chew toys quickly. It's likely she didn't have much experience with them, however, and indulged herself as her chewing has since slowed down. She's never made an attempt to chew walls or furniture, but just in case we recommend double checking your bunny proofing every so often and keeping plenty of toys on hand with her! Chess has been curious about and friendly with the cat she's been living with, so we feel that she'll get along well with another gentle cat in her forever home. While she hasn't had direct contact with other buns since moving in, she's been caught watching others and not displaying any aggressive behavior, so we feel that she'll be a good bonding candidate.

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