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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 rabbits wonderful story. Buns was found on a golf course, abandoned with two other rabbits approximately his age. The golf course attendants took notice of the overly friendly and definitely domesticated rabbits, but 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. This is when they reached out about getting him inside before the winter, and one of the attendants even agreed to foster Buns while he got ready for his forever home.

Turns out Buns was about 7 months old. We got him neutered and health checked, and now his fosters are working on continuing his social skills. Buns is very, very food motivated and enjoys being pet on top of his head. He is a tiny rabbit, we are not sure how much bigger he will grow and believe he is some sort of mini breed. The perfect home for Buns is willing to create a fairly calm environment for him to continue to let his personality shine and will offer him all sorts of veggies and toys to keep his little heart happy!
More about Buns
Animal ID:22-024
Age:11 months
Spayed or Neutered?:Yes
Location:Foster Home