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Eleven Rabbit Harlequin San Diego, CA

  • Young
  • Female
  • Medium


Active Outgoing, Good with Litter Box, Shy, Skittish, Slow to Trust, Tripod
Vaccinations up to date, spayed / neutered.

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Meet Eleven

Pellets: 1/8 cup Oxbow Essentials Adult Rabbit pellets (AM)
Hay: Unlimited mixed hay (All day)
Salad: 1 cup spring mix, romaine lettuce, cilantro, parsley (PM)

Eleven was surrendered to her local shelter with a group of 4 other rabbits. She is very shy and nervous in new spaces and tends to keep to herself by hiding most of the day. Eleven is the kind of bunny who will need a lot of patience for her to open up, feel comfortable, and learn to trust people. She is easily startled by loud noises and fast movements, so a quiet, patient environment with lots of places to hide is best for her to learn how to trust people. Eleven will occasionally approach her foster with nose boops and nibbles. The best way to socialize is to sit on the floor and spend time near her, whether you are reading or talking to Eleven, time helps her feel more comfortable.

Eleven previously had an injured leg- upon a vet visit and x-rays, we learned it was broken. With how much it affected her mobility, her broken leg was amputated and Eleven has made a full recovery! She easily hops around, has great litter box habits, and can be just as fast as a bunny with all 4 legs.

Spayed 7/29/2022

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