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Concord

Male Adult American New Zealand (mixed)

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

South Bay Rabbit Rescue

About Concord

Adoption Fee: $201.00

Meet special needs bunny, Concord! Concord was hit by a car in Concord in the middle of December and brought to SBRR for help.  His leg and foot were badly injured.  We got him into the vet and luckily upon X-ray the bone and not been broken, but it was going to be a long treatment process of meds, bandages and wraps. After two and a half months this boy is finally ready to find his forever home.  His back leg will always be a little wonky and doesn’t sit quite right.  Even though he might hop a little funny, it doesn’t slow him down.  He’s super friendly, curious and loves to play.  His weight will have to be watched and he may develop arthritis from the injury.  He just can’t wait to meet you! 

This rabbit is currently not spayed/neutered.  Adoption donation includes spay/neuter, micro chip, micro chip registration.  

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Details

Name
Concord
Age
Adult
Gender
Male
Size
Standard
Tattoo
None

South Bay Rabbit Rescue

P O Box 2262 Morgan Hill CA 95038

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