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Ninjet Rabbit American Indianapolis, IN

  • Young
  • Female
  • Small
  • Black

About

Characteristics
Friendly, Gentle, Playful, Curious
Coat length
Short
House-trained
Yes
Health
Spayed / neutered.
Good in a home with
Children.
Adoption fee
$80.00

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Meet Ninjet

Ninjet was formally Ninja until it was discovered she was a girl and not a boy! She loves attention! She loves to be pet and held. She greets anyone who will give her attention! She is a small girl with a luck white front paw!

She was caught as a stray in Perry Township. The vet believes her to be around 6 months old (as of August 2022).


All rabbits must have an adequate exercise area, whether it is a supervised exercise pen or an area in the house. The most important component of the rabbit's diet is hay, a roughage that reduces the chance of blockages and malocclusion while providing indigestible fiber necessary to keep the gut moving. Grass hays such as timothy are generally preferred. Lastly, always remember that your bunny needs to have some type of rabbit approved wooden chew toy, so that they may wear down their teeth to help prevent malocclusion (abnormal tooth growth) issues.

IndyCLAW Rescue is founded on the premise of 'Creating Life-long Animal Welfare'. We do have an adoption contract and do home visits to ensure that this pet will be achieving a life-long home. There is also an adoption fee. Each rabbit is spayed / neutered prior to adoption and the adoption fee only partially reimburses our expenses in preparing your new pet. Because of the home visit, we must limit the adoption distance to within one hour travel from our shelter. We do not ship our adoptable pets nor do we adopt unaltered rabbits.

Having trouble deciding which bun will be your companion? Consider being an IndyCLAW volunteer. You will clean bunny cages and provide socialization to the many rabbits we have in our shelter and can learn their many different personalities to be able to make an informed choice. You'd still be welcomed to continue being a volunteer. We have a few fosters, all of which are volunteers, for some special rabbits ranging from buns needing TLC or meds to those that just need time away from the shelter to be a house rabbit with individual attention. Also, for a reasonable donation to IndyCLAW, we can house your rabbit or place it with a foster while you are away on vacation, business trip, hospitalization or other short term event causing you to be away.

*Due to most rabbits being rescued as strays or brought in from animal control, most rabbits' birthdays are unknown and ages are a best guess.*

If interested in adopting Ninjet, please fill out an application at indyclaw.org and email it to adopt@indyclaw.org.

The adoption form can also be found here: http://indyclaw.org/CLAWadoption2012.pdf

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Indianapolis, IN
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Ninjet

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  • American
  • Young
  • Female