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Lolo and Lola

Male Young Californian

If you have any questions about Lolo and Lola, please contact Southwest Florida House Rabbit Rescue at swflrabbits@gmail.com

Southwest Florida House Rabbit Rescue

About Lolo and Lola

Adoption Fee: $130

Lolo and Lola: the bunny Wonder Twins! They love running through tunnels and munching on their greens. They are very curious and love exploring. They are shy but friendly. 

What is a REW?
REW ("red-eyed white" or "ruby-eyed white") rabbits are white rabbits with eyes lacking in pigment. The lack of pigment makes their pupils appear red.

What breed is a REW?
REW refers to any white rabbit with red eyes. Some rabbits may be born as a white rabbit with red eyes just through genetics. There are, however, two breeds of white rabbits commonly raised for meat that appear in the rescue. These are Florida White and New Zealand rabbits. Florida White rabbits can be around 5 lbs but New Zealands can weigh over 10 lbs.

What's so great about REWs?
REW bunnies are among the smartest rabbit breeds. They can be taught tricks, learn their own name and commands, and are very fast learners. In addition to their shining personalities, REWs also do not get the same ear and dental issues that are common in fancy rabbit breeds. If that wasn't enough, REWs are also among the cleanest rabbits and are typically very diligent with their litter box habits.

If they are so great, then why are there so many REW bunnies in the rescue?
There are a few reasons. REWs are often raised as food and are either dumped as strays by people who didn't realize how much work it was or can escape captivity. Another reason is because REWs also remain in the rescue longer since they are perceived to be not as "cute" and appealing as other breeds. Despite their glowing personalities, we have had REWs stay in the rescue for several years.

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Not sure if a rabbit is right for your home? Fostering is a great way to learn about rabbit care or see if a particular rabbit is a good fit for you. We provide the materials and education; just contact us!

If you’re looking for proper rabbit supplies or would like to donate an item check out this list: https://smile.amazon.com/hz/charitylist/ls/2PU02FHYNS0MB/ref=smi_ext_lnk_lcl_cl

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Name
Lolo and Lola
Age
Young
Gender
Male
Size
Medium

Southwest Florida House Rabbit Rescue

Naples FL 34103

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Dusty

New Zealand

Dusty is 3-year-old New Zealand who is the total package: funny, sweet, smart, spunky, and terrific at binkies. He is an independent, co... show more

Dusty is 3-year-old New Zealand who is the total package: funny, sweet, smart, spunky, and terrific at binkies. He is an independent, cool guy but loves to hang out with his foster family and other pets. He was rescued from a huge hoarding case with hundreds of other rabbits housed outside in horrendous conditions. He has been with foster homes for a long while learning to trust. He is no longer a nameless number in a cage but a star. Dusty is available for adoption to a loving, quiet home where he can free roam. What is a REW? REW ("red-eyed white" or "ruby-eyed white") rabbits are white rabbits with eyes lacking in pigment. The lack of pigment makes their pupils appear red. What breed is a REW? REW refers to any white rabbit with red eyes. Some rabbits may be born as a white rabbit with red eyes just through genetics. There are, however, two breeds of white rabbits commonly raised for meat that appear in the rescue. These are Florida White and New Zealand rabbits. Florida White rabbits can be around 5 lbs but New Zealands can weigh over 10 lbs. What's so great about REWs? REW bunnies are among the smartest rabbit breeds. They can be taught tricks, learn their own name and commands, and are very fast learners. In addition to their shining personalities, REWs also do not get the same ear and dental issues that are common in fancy rabbit breeds. If that wasn't enough, REWs are also among the cleanest rabbits and are typically very diligent with their litter box habits. If they are so great, then why are there so many REW bunnies in the rescue? There are a few reasons. REWs are often raised as food and are either dumped as strays by people who didn't realize how much work it was or can escape captivity. Another reason is because REWs also remain in the rescue longer since they are perceived to be not as "cute" and appealing as other breeds. Despite their glowing personalities, we have had REWs stay in the rescue for several years. ----- Think this rabbit may be a good fit for your single bun? Our rescue also offers bonding services for eligible single bunnies. Not sure if a rabbit is right for your home? Fostering is a great way to learn about rabbit care or see if a particular rabbit is a good fit for you. We provide the materials and education; just contact us! If you’re looking for proper rabbit supplies or would like to donate an item check out this list: https://smile.amazon.com/hz/charitylist/ls/2PU02FHYNS0MB/ref=smi_ext_lnk_lcl_cl show less

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Fred

Dutch

Fred is a 3 year-old Dutch boy. He may have a battle scar on his ear, but his rough past has not interfered with his desire to be loved... show more

Fred is a 3 year-old Dutch boy. He may have a battle scar on his ear, but his rough past has not interfered with his desire to be loved on. If you want a bun to cuddle and hang out with, he’s the one! Once trust is established (proven easy to obtain), he has such soft fur that you won’t be able to get enough of it and loves to be petted until he falls into ‘dead bunny’ sleep mode. Curious, but never pushes his boundaries, he is just so well behaved. Very good with his litter box too. Has a huge need for routine and will remind you if you’re off scheudle by picking up and tossing his food and water dishes. In between meals, he enjoys petting time, arranging his blanket & towel, naptime, exploring, foraging, and deep hay nestling. He’ll play with balls by nosing them to you and engages easily in any enrichment game that you want to teach him. Every evening he expects snuggling and some TV time on the couch. Fred is the most relaxed and laid-back bunny ever…  He especially loves to lie flat on his back in your lap, and of course face massages are a must. He is very friendly with other rabbits and would take pleasure in finding a wife bun, if you have one that is deserving of his love. Get your hands on this one and you’ll never let him go! ----- Think this rabbit may be a good fit for your single bun? Our rescue also offers bonding services for eligible single bunnies. Not sure if a rabbit is right for your home? Fostering is a great way to learn about rabbit care or see if a particular rabbit is a good fit for you. We provide the materials and education; just contact us! If you’re looking for proper rabbit supplies or would like to donate an item check out this list: https://smile.amazon.com/hz/charitylist/ls/2PU02FHYNS0MB/ref=smi_ext_lnk_lcl_cl show less