Meet Phoebe! *UPDATE: ADOPTED!!!*

Meet Phoebe, an adorable four year-old mix available for adoption at the Indiana House Rabbit Society! Phoebe is quite the survivor after being dumped by her previous owners in a field behind a restaurant, but despite that she has a clean bill of health … what a tough girl! She loves her life of security at the IHRS, but she definitely misses open spaces … the more room you can give her to roam and explore, the better! Phoebe is curious, playful and enjoys climbing things and is very good with her litter box, but make sure she always has one nearby (no girl wants to be too far from a bathroom, right?). She likes being petted (but only on her terms), will need an owner with previous rabbit experience and is probably best as an only bun … she’s not interested in sharing her personal space! Do you want to share your home and heart with Phoebe? If you want Phoebe to be a part of your forever family, please fill out the adoption questionnaire and check the link on adopting a rabbit from the Indiana House Rabbit Society. Phoebe’s adoption fee is $65 (which helps cover her spay surgery) and she’ll come home with a small bag of hay, a small bag of pellets and her veterinary history.

Phoebe is …
– curious, playful and loves to climb!
– in need of plenty of space to explore, to be the only bun and an owner with previous rabbit experience.
– choosy in when she wants affection, but if you earn her trust she’ll be your BFF (Best Furry Friend)!
– litter-box trained (just make sure she has one nearby).
– spayed.

I’ve included a link on keeping rabbits as pets from the Indiana House Rabbit Society … there’s tons of great information on their website!

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