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Part of a Bonded Pair   
Tomato #732176
Male  |  8Mths 3Wks   |  4 lbs

I've been adopted!

How this pet arrived:
This pet was born at the San Diego Humane Society on May 5, 2021.

Why this pet is the one for you:
Tomato is a sweet little rabbit who is looking for his human soulmate! Tomato, 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 Onion is a smart little bunny! Along with his litter box, Tomato will enjoy having hiding places, toys, things to chew on, and a bunny friend! Incredibly social, rabbits thrive with other rabbits. Everyone needs a best friend who "speaks their language" right? If you don't already have a bunny at home, ask your adoption counselor how to get Tomato a friend, appropriate timelines, and bonding process. If you are open to taking home two buns, Tomato has grown quite close with his brother, Onion 732172! Tomato 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 Tomato is to spend time with him outside of his pen, and shower him with plenty of cilantro, romaine lettuce, and Timothy hay! 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 you'd like to learn more about Tomato, click "adopt me" to make an account and then come down to our San Diego Campus to speak with an adoptions counselor! 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.

Color: White
Spayed/Neutered: Yes


My adoption fee includes my spay / neuter, permanent microchip identification, and a certificate for a free veterinary exam!

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