This animal is included in the 50% off adoption promotion between January 19-29, 2024. Please apply today!
Persimmon is a lovely little bunny who will steal your heart! She is very bonded to her brother (and best friend) and they love to cuddle and groom each other. They are looking for their forever home that has room to roam and explore. They are tidy buns that use their litter boxes well. They will come bounding to see you, especially if they sense you have tasty treats to share! They were previously in a foster home with a small dog and accepted him as a funny-looking bun.
Will you open up your heart and home to Persimmon and Pomelo? Please come visit in person during adoption hours or send us an online application today!
For information on bunny care, please see;
1. Come visit during adoption hours
2. Speak with one of our adoption counselors
3. If the match is successful we will go over next steps and the bunnies can go home with you.
- Days in care: 270
- Approximate age: 8 months old
- Pet Type: Rabbit
- Breed: American
- Colour: Black
- Weight: 2.7 kg
- Sex: Female
- Location: BC SPCA Tri-Cities, Coquitlam B.C.
- Animal ID: 572475
- Bonded With: Pomelo
- 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.
- House Trained
What does it mean to foster an animal? How do I apply?
Fostering an animal means you take a BC SPCA animal into your home and care for them for us. While they’re in your home, we provide you with food and medical care until the pet is available for adoption. Foster...
How do I choose a dog trainer?
Reward-based training methods are shown to be more effective and better for your dog. Choose a trainer who uses only humane, reward-based methods – this means the trainer will never use fear or pain to train your...
How do I welcome a new dog into my home?
Bringing a new dog into your home is an exciting time. For a dog going into a new home, it will be stressful. You know where everything is and you’ve been through your home lots of times. For a new dog this will be...
Should I keep my cat indoors? Is unsupervised outdoor...
The BC SPCA recommends that cats live indoors. Indoor cats have a longer life span than those that go outside. Whether you choose to let your cat out or keep them in, know how to provide them with the best environment...
Do serval cats make good house pets?
Although serval cats are not included in the provincial Controlled Alien Species legislation, that doesn’t mean they should be kept as pets. Serval cats are wild animals. Native to many parts of Africa, serval...
Caring for small animals
Lots of people think of small pets, like rabbits and rodents, as “starter” pets. But just because they’re small doesn’t mean they need less care! Find out how to set up your cage, what kind of foods to feed,...
I found a baby bird, what do I do?
A baby bird may be blown out of a nest by wind or rain, or even dropped after a failed predatory attack. If the bird isn’t hurt, you can place it back in the nest. Unlike mammals, birds have a poor sense of...
What do I do if my dog has separation anxiety?
Dogs form strong bonds with animals and people with whom they live. Most dogs can cope with separation from family members for a few hours. Some feel anxious, stressed, even panicked when left even for a few...