Meet Dobby!

Meet Dobby, a cautious eight month-old lop mix available for adoption through the Indiana House Rabbit Society! Dobby can be a bit shy when meeting new people and prefers to not be picked up (like most rabbits), but he’s an absolute doll once he gets to know you and LOVES to be petted! He also loves digging and chewing holes in his cardboard hidey box and thoroughly enjoys salad time (isn’t there a saying about the path to a man’s heart is through his stomach?)! Because of his age he still has a lot of growing to do, both physically and developmentally, so he will need to be kept busy and challenged in his forever home. How can you resist this handsome Bunnicula? If you want Dobby 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. Dobby’s adoption fee is $65 (which helps cover his neuter surgery) and he’ll come home with a small bag of hay, a small bag of pellets and his veterinary history.

Dobby is …
– a cautious boy who isn’t a big fan of being picked up, but once he warms to you he LOVES to be petted! (He also loves digging and chewing holes in his cardboard hidey box and will need to continue being enriched in his forever home.)
– litter-box trained.
– neutered.

*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! 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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