How this pet arrived: Hershey was brought in by a Good Samaritan on August 22, 2021.
Why this pet is the one for you: This is Hershey! Hershey is still getting used to being pet and may need some time to warm up to a new family. Rabbits, like Hershey, are intelligent and complex animals who do well in families with humans who understand that they are prey animals, and do not enjoy being picked up or held. The best way to bond with them is to spend time with them on the floor, and shower them with plenty of greens and Timothy hay! She is a domestic rabbit and we recommend that adopters keep her indoors. The nice thing about having indoor rabbits is that they can come out of their cage for bunny playtime, in a rabbit proof area of the home. It's during this supervised playtime that rabbits often exhibit some of their most fun and interesting behaviors! Hershey will need a large enclosure with free roaming time (bigger is always better). Hershey would love a family who will interact with her daily to keep them active and social! When rabbits get the space and enrichment they need, they often form deep bonds with their humans! Ask an Adoption Counselor to learn more!
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.
My adoption fee includes my spay / neuter, permanent microchip identification, and a certificate for a free veterinary exam!
This website is live and updates frequently, there is chance that when you arrive at our location the animal you have an interest in might have been adopted or another party might be going through the adoption process at that present time. Please note the Animal ID and bring it with you.