Meet Cottontail, a gentle and sweet 1-year-old female rabbit with a heart full of potential. Cottontail is searching for a patient and experienced owner who can provide her with the care, understanding, and love she needs to come out of her shell and thrive in her forever home. Cottontail is a shy and reserved bunny who needs time to build trust with her human companions. She may initially be hesitant and cautious but has the potential to form strong bonds with those who are patient and gentle, as she herself is a quiet and gentle soul who thrives in a calm and peaceful environment. She has the potential to become a loving and loyal companion with the right guidance and care. Cottontail is seeking an experienced owner who understands the needs of shy and timid rabbits. She requires a patient and gentle approach to socialization. A quiet and stress-free environment will help her feel safe and secure. Cottontail’s ideal adopter should have a knowledge of rabbit care and a dedication to meeting her specific needs, prior experience with shy or timid rabbits would be an asset.
Do you think you could be Cottontail’s person? Here are some ways to find out:
1. Visit our BCSPCA Kelowna Adoption Centre to meet Cottontail. Learn more about their ideal match and apply to adopt in person; or
2. Submit an online application https://spca.bc.ca/adoption/application-forms/ and staff will contact the first suitable adopter to set-up a visit! Kindly note that due to the high number of applications and the availability of walk-in adoptions, we will only be contacting potential adopters to further review their interest.
We are open to the Public Tuesday to Saturday 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm for walk-in viewing and adoption applications.
- Days in care: 127
- Approximate age: 1 year old
- Pet Type: Rabbit
- Breed: Californian Dwarf
- Colour: Brown
- Weight: 1.42 kg
- Sex: Female
- Location: BC SPCA Kelowna, Kelowna B.C.
- Animal ID: 571417
- Rabbit Care: Items you'll need
- Spay or neuter surgery is included with the adoption of all dogs, cats and rabbits.
- Adoption fees
CompatibilityImportant: The history and compatibility of an animal is not always known. If certain compatibility criteria have been identified, they will be listed here or in the animal's description.
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