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Dora

Female Adult Dwarf Blanc de Hotot (mixed)

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

South Bay Rabbit Rescue

About Dora

Adoption Fee: $201.00

Dora is such a special girl! We rescued her from a Fresno hoarding case. She was very young when we brought her in. She has beautiful blue eyes and is a dwarf at under four pounds. She is a little shy, but once she warms up her full personality comes out. She’s easy to handle and uses her litter box. She’s hoping her humans come find her soon!

This rabbit is currently not spayed/neutered.  However, should you decided to meet and adopt, the rabbit will be spayed/neutered prior to going home.  Adoption donation includes spay/neuter and micro chip registration to the new pet parent.

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Details

Name
Dora
Age
Adult
Gender
Female
Size
Dwarf
Tattoo
None

South Bay Rabbit Rescue

P O Box 2262 Morgan Hill CA 95038

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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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