Meet George! *UPDATE: ADOPTED!!!*

Meet George, an adorable lop mix available for adoption at IndyCLAW Rescue! Poor George found himself at animal control before he was fortunate enough to be rescued by the good people at IndyCLAW. Though his history is a complete mystery (though he’s estimated to be around four years old), the bigger mystery is HOW this precious boy ended up in a shelter, he has to be one of the sweetest buns in the world! George will draw you in with his big, beautiful dark eyes and you will be completely hooked, especially once you pick him up and he settles in for some cuddles! George is a medium-sized rabbit (possibly around six to eight pounds) and has been nothing but cuddly and sweet and would be a great first rabbit for some lucky family! This bunny is so deserving of a loving forever home, so hop on over to IndyCLAW and fall in love with this sweet honey bun! George’s adoption fee is $60, but if you want double the fun, adopt two and it’s $100 for the pair! For more information on George, please visit IndyCLAW‘s website or email … visits are by appointment only.

George is …
– an absolute doll baby who really enjoys cuddles (I’ve personally held him and he’s precious!) and would make a fantastic bun for a first-time rabbit owner!
– a medium-sized boy at between six and eight pounds and approximately four years old (but since he was saved from animal control, his age is a guess).
– litter-box trained.
– neutered.

*I have a link to IndyCLAW’s rabbit adoption information page. It has tons of great information and things you need to consider before adopting a rabbit and giving it a forever home. Please read this information thoroughly, especially if you are looking to adopt your first bunny! I personally have adopted from this rescue and it was such a wonderful experience!

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