Born into foster care with his siblings, Jumbles has had human socializing since he was a kit, and is now looking for his forever homes. Jumbles is living with his brother Jatz, but we feel they would do better in a home separated. Jumbles is more energetic than Jatz and they sometimes don’t agree with sharing.
Jumbles, like many bunnies, does not enjoy being picked up, stroked & petted, but is not afraid to climb all over you if fresh veggies or pellets are involved! This cutie will often be found basking in the sun or resting in the darkest corner he can find (currently under the bed)!
Jumbles loves exploring and hopping from box to box for the best viewpoint, before settling into a cosy resting space during the day. Eager to explore outside his enclosure, Jumbles loves supervised free roam time and will entertain whoever is watching with his zoomies and binkies. This is especially entertaining early morning when he bolts upstairs to the kitchen for a fresh veggie breakfast!
Playtime involves lots of boxes to climb on and hide in and plenty of space to run around. He is not a big chewers but sometimes likes to rip up cardboard. He is good with peeing in the litterbox.
He would fit best with older children or an adult who will respect his space and give him room to move and express his natural bunny behaviours.
***Due to COVID-19 We’ve made changes to our adoption process. ***
1. Read through the animal’s profile to see if your home would be a good fit.
2. Submit an application: spca.bc.ca/adoption/application-forms/
3. If it’s a match, staff will contact you to review your application and set-up an appointment to come in for a visit. Please note that visitations are made for approved applicants only.
4. Live happily furever after
***We often receive many applications for an available animal. We do our best to respond, although are not always able to respond to all applicants. We will reach out to the approved adopter.
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