Meet Lily and Buttercup.
These buns are ready to find their forever home. Lily and Buttercup were brought into our care separately and were bonded together as we noticed they were missing a companion. This dynamic duo are now good friends and love to munch on some vegetables together or have a nap in a big bunny pile.
This sweet girl can be a little timid when she first meets new people but quickly wants to make friends once the treats come out. Lily loves head rubs and will push against your hand to ask for more. Lily enjoys hopping after her little brother Buttercup and the two cats at her foster’s house. Lily was previously homed in a small cage where she did not get the proper care. As a result, she is still gaining strength in her back legs to be as mobile and active as she would like, but will make a full recovery with time.
Please view our page for appropriate enclosures: https://spca.bc.ca/wp-content/uploads/rabbit-care-guide.pdf
If you are ready to adopt Lily and Buttercup, please fill out our online adoption application.
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- Days in care: 51
- Approximate age: 3 years old
- Pet Type: Rabbit
- Breed: English Spot
- Colour: White / Brown
- Weight: 2.625 kg
- Sex: Female
- Location: Maple Ridge Branch, Maple Ridge B.C.
- Animal ID: 546152
- Bonded With: Buttercup
- Spay or neuter surgery is included with the adoption of all dogs, cats and rabbits.
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