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Male Young Florida White

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South Bay Rabbit Rescue

About Buckaroo

Adoption Fee: $201.00

Buckaroo was found as a stray at a previous adopters work address.  If you are going to get lost the best place to get lost is near a bunny lover!  After a week of attempting to capture him, Suds was finally captured and brought to SBRR.  He was infested with fleas which were immediately taken care of.  The following day he went for his health exam and RHDV2 vaccination.  He got a clean bill of health (he's a bit dirty at the moment), he was vaccinated and is ready to be neutered and adopted into a home that he will not want to escape from.  He is very gentle and is a very sweet rabbit.  He sat calm and quiet on a lap while being microchipped and didn't even flinch.  What a good boy!

This rabbit is currently not spayed/neutered.  Adoption donation includes spay/neuter, micro chip, micro chip registration.  This rabbit has been vaccinated for the RHDV2 virus.  This vaccination is reflected in the donation amount.




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

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 concerned daughter.  She said her mom had some rabbits and that she needed help as she was overhelmed.  When we asked about how many rabbits, we were told about 20.  She said the rabbits were dying and she didn't know why.  We agreed to go access the situation and see if we could make some recommendations.  We were not ready for what we witnessed.  Over 100 rabbits living in colony's on concrete, in colony's in barns, in cages with chickens and just running loose everywhere.  Right there and then we decided our 1st priority was to get the healthy babies out so they could be socialized and adopted.  There were newborns, 1 and 2 days old.  The last few litters were being killed by the other rabbits.  As we have the famous Mary Poppins, we knew she would take those as her own too.  The bucks were isolated and were tearing each other apart.  The does were doing the same thing.  One step at a time and we are going to get this under control.  They were fed and watered and their areas were clean, but you just can't keep that many unaltered rabbits together. She is getting used to being handled and is going to need a very special kind and patient person to help her understand that her past is behind her and she has only a bright future ahead.  We named her Blythe which means happy and carefree. That is what we want for her future. show less