🐇 Meet Clover: Your Future Lifelong Friend! 🍀
Looking for a furry friend who’s not just adorable, but also incredibly well-mannered? Meet Clover, the charming rabbit who comes with a delightful surprise – she’s already litter-trained!
Clover’s cautious nature is part of her endearing charm. She approaches new situations and people with a gentle curiosity, taking her time to observe and assess. But give her a bit of patience, a sprinkle of love, and a dash of understanding, and you’ll witness the remarkable transformation as she blossoms into a loyal and affectionate companion. Once you’ve gained her trust she loves affection and becomes quite the cuddle bunny. Because of this we think she would be the perfect companion for a patient older child or an adult.
With each passing day, you’ll see Clover’s trust in you grow stronger. Imagine the joy of seeing her binky around in excitement, knowing that she feels safe and cherished in her new home. Whether it’s sharing a quiet moment together or engaging in playful antics, Clover’s company will warm your heart and bring a smile to your face.
This lovely little lady has all the makings of a lifelong friend. She’s the perfect match for someone who appreciates the beauty of slow-building relationships, the magic of gaining trust, and the immeasurable reward of a loving bond that endures. Clover’s journey from shy newcomer to devoted confidante will be a story you’ll treasure forever.
If you’re ready to embark on a heartwarming journey of companionship with a rabbit who promises to be your steadfast friend, look no further than Clover. Patience, kindness, and love are the keys to unlocking the incredible friendship that awaits you both. Adopt Clover today and watch her transform into the cherished friend you’ve been waiting for! 🍀🐾
Do you think you could be Clover’s person?
- Days in care: 127
- Approximate age: 3 years old
- Pet Type: Rabbit
- Breed: Californian Dwarf
- Colour: Black
- Weight: 2.4 kg
- Sex: Female
- Location: BC SPCA Kelowna, Kelowna B.C.
- Animal ID: 571361
- 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.
- No Small Children
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