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George Rabbit Rex Mix Livermore, CA
- Spayed / neutered.
George, Curious George, is a brave, out-going boy, about 5 months old. These photos were taken in October when he was 12 weeks old. He’s the smallest of his litter with a BIG personality. When his friends run away, George comes running to say “Hi”. He has the soft velvet fur of a Rex, helicopter ears (one up and one down!) and the makings of an English Spot. He’ll grow into a medium size boy who’ll be able to hold his own nicely in a family. George is a spectacular, little bunny.
George is a rescue from a Pet Store. Someone dumped a gorgeous Mama English Spot and her litter outside of the store. Fortunately for the bunnies a rescue person from Bananas for Bunnies happened in. She rescued them, even though she already had a full house, to keep them with their Mama. A baby separated too young, before 8 weeks old, has life long health problems. These babies, cared for, nurtured and socialized, have been properly weaned and are ready for a home of their own.
George is still too young to be neutered. But his mandatory (!!!) neuter is included in his adoption fee. This cute, adorable, cuddly little guy is a bargain. For about the same price as a pet store bunny, he’ll be neutered as soon as age permits. Neutered bunnies exhibit better household behavior. A real bonus for you! George will be a wonderful family bunny.
George's portrait was painted by artist Eileen Crowley. She fell for him the first time they met! He's a special, sweet little guy who just happens to be soft, personable and gorgeous too! Come meet George and you will agree.
To find out more about George email East Bay Rabbit Rescue.
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Note: We only adopt to indoor homes. Your rabbit should be
treated as an integral part of the family. No outdoor hutches. With good care
and lots of love, rabbits can live to be 8-12 years old. We expect you to make
a lifetime commitment to your rabbit(s). The primary caregiver must be a responsible
Please contact us at East Bay Rabbit Rescue if you are interested in adopting!
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