Meet Titan!

Meet Titan, a larger-than-life approximately three year-old Flemish Giant available for adoption at IndyCLAW Rescue! Titan was an owner surrender to a local animal control and was known as the runt of the litter in his family, “runt” being a relative term because he’s 26 pounds! Despite the fact that he’s the size of my two year-old toddler, Titan is a gentle giant and is an absolute sweetheart! Titan would benefit from a large exercise pen and the ability to roam and stretch those long bunny legs … he would be a great first rabbit for some lucky family! Don’t let his size deter you, Titan is such a doll and is just looking for his forever family! Titan’s adoption fee is $60, but if you want to double the bun fun, adopt two for $100! For more information on Titan, please visit IndyCLAW‘s website or email adopt@indyclaw.org … visits are by appointment only!

Titan is …
– a Flemish Giant, though the “runt” of his litter and is currently 26 pounds and approximately three years old.
– a very sweet boy who would benefit from a large exercise area and enjoys interacting with his people (I’ve personally pet this sweetheart and he’s precious!) and he would make a fantastic bun for a first-time rabbit owner!
– 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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