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Cantaloupe

#726595Age: 5 years Weight: 8lbs How this pet arrived: This pet was brought in by a Humane Law Enforcement officer on April 5, 2021.Inte... show more

#726595Age: 5 years Weight: 8lbs How this pet arrived: This pet was brought in by a Humane Law Enforcement officer on April 5, 2021.Interested in adopting?: This animal's Adoption Counselor is committed to helping them find a home. To begin the adoption process, please reach out to the counselor directly at: sdcadoptions@sdhumane.orgWhy this pet is the one for you: Cantaloupe is a sweet little rabbit who is looking for his human soulmate! Cantaloupe, like all rabbits, will need a large x-pen/playpen like enclosure with at least 12 square feet of room to stretch out. Rabbits are very easy to litter-box train, and Cantaloupe is a smart little bunny! Cantaloupe will also need plenty of daily time to explore outside of his pen and hang with his human! Rabbits are intelligent and complex animals who do well in families with humans who understand that they are prey animals, and do not always enjoy being held/picked up. The best way to bond with Cantaloupe is to spend time with him outside of his pen, and shower him with plenty of cilantro, Romaine, and Timothy hay! Cantaloupe will let you know when he is happy by giving you a bunny binky (a hop/ twist in the air)! Because rabbits need so much space and aren't easy to hold they aren't an ideal "starter pet". Rabbits usually do best with older children who can respect their boundaries. When Rabbits get the space and enrichment they need, they often form deep bonds with their humans in the same way a dog or cat would. If it's your dream to have a floppy-earred buddy to eat salads with and snuggle (on his level) then Cantaloupe may be the guy for you!Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease Virus (RHDV2) is a highly contagious disease affecting rabbits. Due to its presence in San Diego County, all rabbits will receive a mandatory RHDV2 vaccine before adoption. Guests will be charged $12 for this vaccine upon adoption. show less