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Mon, 07/01/2013 - 23:11 -- Julian
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Hi! I'm Rosie. I came into the care of Kingston Animal Rescue in March of 2017 after being found outside in the snow on a cold afternoon, and I have created many smiles and laughs for my foster family ever since!

I am a friendly, funny, curious, completely litter box trained, and very tidy bunny. I spend a lot of my day curled up in a plastic box that I have in my pen; it makes me feel safe.  Inside the box is a telephone book covered with a blanket. Sometimes I just sit on it, other times I dig out the telephone book to rip out a page and chew. Every once in a while, I get a burst of energy and do laps on the carpet! Once I am tired of that, I will flop on my side and rest for a bit and regain the energy to do it all over again. Sometimes my foster family puts treats for me in cardboard tubes like paper towel and toilet paper rolls. I enjoy chewing and tossing them around to get the treats out! 

I LOVE attention. If you start petting me, I will beg you to not stop. (Although, you probably won't want to stop once you feel how soft my fur is)! My only two flaws, I am told, are that I am afraid of dogs and that I can't resist chewing on anything rubbery, like charging cables, remote buttons, and elastic bands. I used to dislike being picked up, but I have since gotten much better at tolerating it. Once I take a few minutes to warm up to you, my stretching, yawning, playing, bathing, hopping, and flopping is sure to keep you smiling.

Rosie has been health checked and spayed.
More about Rosie
Animal ID:17-023
Spayed or Neutered?:Yes
Location:Foster Home