Meet Snowy (bonded To Stormi)
>Meet Snowy!< If Snowy was a human she would be the over-the-top family member at the reunion, arriving overdressed, drowning in costume jewelry, detailing her lavish lifestyle all whilst chugging down a pint of beer - as she likes to 'keep it real'. She embodies juxtaposition. Once past Snowy's initial sassy facade, she quickly becomes the most loving lady of leisure, her cheeky attitude & hint of stubbornness only adds to her endearing character. Snowy is bold, brave and inquisitive, she loves stimulating activities, supervised outside play, interacting with her foster family's dogs, as well as a good chin scratch! She will make the best companion with or without her sidekick, Stormi. Snowy's perfect forever family will understand that her Royal Highness needs a little extra time to settle after a move before coming out of her shell. Within a week or so she will be following you around wherever you go, jump into your lap for a nuzzle and become the best companion. The Ladies: Snowy (white Flemish Giant) & Stormi (grey Dwarf): There isn't a huge amount known about Snowy & Stormi's past, as they came into the SPCA's care after being left by their original owner at a friend's front door; who sadly couldn't offer a forever home either. After an SOS Facebook post was sent out, these ladies were scooped up & moved straight into foster until a forever family can be found! These ladies are the best of friends & would love to be rehomed together. Snowy & Stormi have thrived since establishing a daily routine, love to interact with new toys, explore activities and take on a challenge! They are both in the process of litter training and are picking it up quickly too.
- Days in care: 84
- Approximate age: 2 years old
- Pet Type: Rabbit
- Breed: Flemish Giant
- Colour: White
- Weight: 3.8 kg
- Sex: Female
- Location: BC SPCA Sea To Sky, Squamish B.C.
- Animal ID: 579076
- Bonded With: Stormi (Bonded to Snowy)
- Rabbit Care: Items you'll need
- Spay or neuter surgery is included with the adoption of all dogs, cats and rabbits.
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