Meet Lola Bonded To Bugs
Lola and Bugs are our bonded duo looking for their forever homes! The pair came into our care as strays but it is possible that they may have been abandoned. Bugs and Lola are both very curious of their surroundings as well as can be quiet affectionate once settled into their new home. Because they are both full grown bunnies, they will need a very large space for them to have enough room to roam around and be productive with toys and positive enrichment. Once having a few days to settle in the home, both would love to be able to have free roam of the home to explore safely inside. Lola is the more confident one of the two. A rabbit experienced home would be ideal for the pair and older or respectable children should be appropriate for the two. These loving rabbits are both so sweet and loving are ready to hop into their forever home! For more information please contact the Burnaby SPCA!
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- Days in care: 41
- Approximate age: 11 months old
- Pet Type: Rabbit
- Breed: Lionhead
- Colour: Ruby Eyed White
- Weight: 1.64 kg
- Sex: Female
- Location: Burnaby Branch, Burnaby B.C.
- Animal ID: 549134
- Bonded With: Bugs Bonded To Lola
- Spay or neuter surgery is included with the adoption of all dogs, cats and rabbits.
- Adoption fees
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