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Mon, 07/01/2013 - 23:11 -- Julian
Chip
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Chip came to the rescue along with his siblings when they were found in a box on the side of a road when they were just babies. Thankfully a kind person helped them and eventually they came into our care.

Chip is an independent bunny who enjoys a good rub behind his ears and on his back, even if he doesn't love to snuggle. Chip is very easy to please and gets along well with foster dog siblings. Chip likes to say hello and then do his own thing, but he is never scared of them. Chip would be fine with bunny-friendly animals and children, though very young children are not a good match for bunnies.

Chip loves his free roam time - after doing laps of the house and many binkies he will wander around exploring. When Chipper is excited, he will often see how fast he can run around and will stop and see how far he can slide on the wood floors, or how fast he can turn corners while running. Chip is also a pro at the stairs. He is a blast to watch when he is playing. He loves to be the centre of attention.

Like most bunnies, Chip likes to chew but mainly does this when bored so toys and enrichment are important (as is proper bunny-proofing!). He is very food driven and knows when it is time to eat. His favorite is of course greens! Chip isn't overly treat-motivated - he always picks lettuce over a treat! This little ball of fun has had ZERO accidents in foster care. He always uses his litter box! Chip is a sweet boy who will come to you when he wants some attention.

Chip has been health checked and is neutered.
More about Chip
Animal ID:20-032a
Type:Rabbit
Breed:New Zealand
Sex:Male
Age:11 months
Size:M
Spayed or Neutered?:Yes
Status:Available
Location:Foster Home