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Pumpkin Rabbit Havana Gig Harbor, WA

  • Adult
  • Female
  • Medium
  • Black


Loving, playful, fun
Coat length
Good in a home with
Dogs, cats.

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Meet Pumpkin

If you are looking for a sweet and loving rabbit, Pumpkin fits that description! Pumpkin is an indoor rabbit who loves to cuddle and run around. She is very playful and excellent around other pets such as cats and dogs, and has been handled by both adults and younger children. At night she sleeps in an enclosure, (or stays in there if someone isn’t home with her), and in the day time she is free to run around the house (with supervision). She doesn't like hard flooring, and tends to only stay in a carpeted area. She is litter box trained and if you ever need to call her over or get her attention, crinkle a treat bag and she’ll come right over! She will be turning 3 years old on August 8th, 2021. One thing to note is that when feeding her, she tends to get excited about her food and may accidentally nibble at you, but this doesn't happen too often.

WE ADOPT TO INDOOR HOMES ONLY. Your rabbit should be treated as an integral part of the family. With good care and lots of love, rabbits can live to be 7-10 years old and we expect you to make a lifetime commitment to your rabbit(s). The primary caregiver MUST be a responsible adult. The adoption fee is at the discretion of the owner.

Please contact Lindsey at if you are interested in adopting! If you are unable to reach the owner, please email us at

NOTE: This is a courtesy posting by Rabbit Haven--this bunny is still with its owner, who is looking to re-home him/her. While we strive for all adoptable bunnies to go to safe and caring homes, we don't have the resources to meet with courtesy listing owners, their bunnies, and potential adopters.

Rabbit Haven spays and neuters all of its bunnies before adopting out but is unable to do so for courtesy postings. We encourage all potential adopters to request a spay/neuter certificate from the current owner. Spaying/neutering not only prevents unwanted litters but is key for all bunnies--it facilitates litter box training and socialization, and helps lower the high risk of cancer in bunnies.

Please visit our website for information on adopting, re-homing and caring for rabbits.

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