Love makes your soul crawl out from its hiding place. -Zora Neale Hurston, novelist& folklorist

Love makes your soul hop out from it’s hiding place -Zora, rabbit

I’m a great rabbit looking for a great home, but I’ve had a bit of a rough start. I’m only about 6 months old and have been living my life in a shelter in Sacramento, but the people there loved me and took care of me, something about being a “staff favorite”, whatever that means. But then one day a bunch of new rabbits needed to come to the shelter, and I was sent to Portland to look for a new life.

I met a cat at one foster home and I think I may not really care for cats, but I’m not really sure. I wasn’t at that house long before going to another one without a cat. There were dogs and I don’t mind them at all. In fact, I may try to jump on them so if you have a dog he needs to be calm and I should always have you around anytime I’m near a dog-because I don’t
realize that they may not want to be jumped on. That’s crazy! I’m a rabbit! I jump. Dogs need to get with the program.

Oh, by the way, did you notice my fabulous fluffy fur? Yeah, I’m part Lionhead so I have a mane and a skirt! High fashion, baby! We’re not sure about what else I may be-possibly Rhinelander or English Spot on account of my spots, big ears, and my line down my back-did you know that symmetry is considered to be a high form of beauty? Many civilizations throughout time have said so, *shrug, you know, I’m not too shabby. In order to stay looking my best I will need to be brushed, but I will easily let you brush me and my hop on you to say hi.

Please email my agent if you think we could let our souls hop about together. 🙂

Contact : robertredfordsrabbits@yahoo.com

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