Meet Flopsy and Mopsy! The most friendly, funny and curious pair of best friend bunnies!
There is no corner left unexplored under the watch of those two adventurous girls. They will come greet you right away and will not hesitate to jump on your lap if you offer them tasty treats… and if you lay down next to them, you can expect to have two bunnies climbing on you right away!
Mopsy is the foodie of the duo. She loves solving puzzles for hidden treats and is always the first to show up when dinner is served! She loves to relax near you and will flop around in the cutest way when she wants to take a nap. She absolutely loves to dig. She will need to be provided with lots of digging boxes and fun enrichment to fulfil her digging passion.
Flopsy is definitely the leader of the crew. She is the expert adventurer and will investigate anything new in her world. She also loves to perch on anything high and will jump incredible heights… definitely a future olympic star! She loves to relax during the day and will close her eyes when receiving pets on her forehead at that time. There is truly nothing cuter!
Those two cuties are extremely active during the morning and in the evening. They will do zoomies and binkies while exploring absolutely everywhere, chewing on their favorite toy, digging in boxes, and jumping around! With that level of energy, they will prefer to be free-roaming bunnies, either in a room or in the whole home. Their space will need to be fully bunny-proofed… because if something can be chewed, it will!
They will need a guardian who understands their needs, will give them lots of time and space to exercise, and diverse enrichment that will stimulate them mentally. They are extremely intelligent and food motivated, which makes them really good at learning fun tricks! They truly love to engage with humans and will love lots of attention.
During the day and at night, you can find them being more calm and snuggling or grooming each other. They are also almost fully litter trained and are getting better at it everyday!
These two are our shelter geniuses! They are learning clicker-training in their foster home and so far they can touch a target, and give a high five!!
If you can give Flopsy and Mopsy their forever home, we’d love to hear from you! You can find the PDF below and send in your application to firstname.lastname@example.org
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- Days in care: 178
- Approximate age: 0 months old
- Pet Type: Rabbit
- Breed: Dutch
- Colour: White
- Weight: 1.81 kg
- Sex: Female
- Location: BC SPCA West Vancouver, West Vancouver B.C.
- Animal ID: 553639
- Bonded With: Flopsy
- Spay or neuter surgery is included with the adoption of all dogs, cats and rabbits.
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