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Emerson

Male Adult American (mixed)

If you have any questions about Emerson, please contact South Bay Rabbit Rescue at southbayrabbitrescue@gmail.com

South Bay Rabbit Rescue

About Emerson

Adoption Fee: $201.00

Emerson was found as a stray in  Knights Landing and was taken to the Yolo County Animal Shelter.  A wonderful person knew that we were going to be at the Bay Area Pet Fair 2019 and pulled the rabbit from the shelter and brought him to us.

Emerson is a handsome boy. He likes to be pet on the head and have his ears stroked. He’s very curious and gets extremely excited when it’s pellet time. He is good with kids, cats and dogs. He’s been good about using his litter box too. He can’t wait for someone to come meet him. We know you’ll fall in love with him as we have!

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Details

Name
Emerson
Age
Adult
Gender
Male
Size
Standard
Tattoo
None

South Bay Rabbit Rescue

P O Box 2262 Morgan Hill CA 95038

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Blythe

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Back story: This bunny comes from one of the stories that you can't even imagine unless you witness it.  SBRR received a call from a con... show more

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