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Mon, 07/01/2013 - 23:11 -- Julian
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While the name Buns may not be the most original, this characteristic is not true of this rabbit's wonderful story.
Buns was found on a golf course, abandoned with two other rabbits approximately his age, 7 months old.
The golf course attendants took notice of the overly friendly and definitely domesticated rabbits. Over the coming weeks, Buns was the only one to stick around. They began feeding Buns near the club house, and this little rabbit took up residence under their deck, hiding from danger, but always close enough to come bounding out for food.
Buns started displaying some neurological symptoms a few months after settling into his foster home. He was seen by our Exotics vet and was treated with Fenbendazole for a possible parasite infection from being around wildlife in his early life. While the treatment halted any further neurological issues from developing, whatever cellular damage in his brain could not be reversed.
Today Buns is a very active and curious bunny who loves head pets, food, wrapping himself up in blankets and his tunnels and caves. He is enthusiastic when you come to visit him in his pen and sometimes goes a little too fast resulting in his loss of balance. He is wobbly in his movements as it seems that his brain cannot communicate clearly with his limbs, but despite all of this he is a very happy little guy looking for a special furever home who can understand his needs now and into the future.

··· He is neutered and health checked
More about Buns
Animal ID:22-024
Age:1 year 7 months
Spayed or Neutered?:Yes
Location:Foster Home