Meet Honey Bun (bonded To Currant Bun)
🐇 Meet Honey Bun! 🍯
Honey Bun is a charming and inquisitive rabbit with a personality as sweet as his name! This adventurous bunny has an insatiable curiosity, always eager to approach people and explore his surroundings. Honey Bun has a clever side too – he’s figured out that an open door means a chance to hop out of his enclosure for a closer look around the room, though he never strays too far from home.
When it comes to treats, Honey Bun has a discerning palate – dried cranberries are his absolute favorite! And let’s not forget his love for kale, a green delight that never fails to bring joy to this delightful bunny.
Honey Bun is a very inquisitive rabbit, he’s always keen to approach people and see what is going on. He’s also discovered that if the door is left open he can jump out of his enclosure to get a look around the room which he enjoys although he never goes very far away. He likes hanging out with his brother, Current Bun, and they often groom each other. Honey Bun is comfortable interacting with cats. He’s favourite treat is dried cranberries and he loves kale.
If you’re ready to add a bundle of joy to your home, Honey Bun and his brother Currant Bun would make the perfect addition. Their playful spirits, social nature, and love for tasty treats make them all-around wonderful. 🌈🐰✨
Do you think you could be Honey Bun and Currant Bun’s person? Here are some ways to find out:
1. Visit our BCSPCA Surrey Education and Adoption Centre located at 16748 50 Ave, Surrey, to meet Honey Bun, 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.
For information on bunny care, please see:
- Days in care: 270
- Approximate age: 9 months old
- Pet Type: Rabbit
- Breed: American
- Colour: White / Orange
- Weight: 2.22 kg
- Sex: Male
- Location: BC SPCA Surrey, Surrey B.C.
- Animal ID: 571730
- 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.
- OK With Cats
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