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Patricia

Patricia and Trusia are an adorable bonded pair of rabbits looking for a loving home together.

These two are true food enthusiasts, delighting in a wide variety of fresh greens, fruits, pellets, Alfalfa hay, and Timothy hay. They are both litter box trained and accustomed to being free-range bunnies, enjoying the freedom to explore their surroundings.

Patricia and Trusia love to be petted and brushed once a week, a routine they find quite enjoyable. They are used to living with children and enjoy being around them, making them great family pets. These friendly bunnies aren't afraid of strangers and are curious and outgoing in new environments.

Trusia, the playful one, loves free roaming and can't resist bananas and apples. Patricia, a young and happy bunny, enjoys being petted but prefers not to be picked up. She has a particular fondness for greens and oats.

If you're looking for a pair of loving, curious, and friendly rabbits to join your family, Patricia and Trusia are ready to hop into your life and bring joy to your home!

Visit Toronto Humane Society at 11 River Street to start the adoption process to bring this bonded pair of bunnies home.

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Please note, most rabbits enjoy a free-roaming lifestyle in a bunny-proofed home. Talk to our Adoption Agents today on how to set you and your rabbit up for long-term success with litterbox training! Photos of enclosure are required to be provided before finalisation of adoption.

1. Enclosure size: 4'L x 4'W x 36"H (this is adequate for Dwarf rabbit. The bigger the rabbit, the bigger the cage required.)
2. Average lifespan: 8 to 10 years
3. Out-of-cage enrichment: Gradually increases from a couple hours a day to enjoying a completely free-roam lifestyle as your bunny becomes more settled into their forever home.
Animal ID: 2000114855
Species: Rabbit
Breed: Dwarf,American
Age: 2 Years 9 Months
Sex: Female
Size: M
Colour: Orange / White
Spayed/Neutered: Yes
Declawed: No
Site: Toronto Humane Society
Location: Room G
Intake Date: 12/04/2024
On Hold: No
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