Breed: Bunny RabbitNapoleon was found outside where children were throwing stones at him. He was saved by a RR volunteer. As we were full and did not have any space, he was taken to a local shelter. He was not well (emaciated) so as soon as a foster home opened up, we took him in. He is now neutered. When he arrived he was very thin and it was difficult to get him to gain weight as he didnât like pellets or any fresh food except carrot. The big breakthrough in his eating came when his foster mum bought him organic dandelion leaves from the store, since then he has been much more receptive to new greens and even eats his pellets now. He has amazing litter habits and is very appreciative of things being kept clean. He has shown no signs of aggression; no nips, growls or boxing even when afraid. He is clearly not used to people and is very timid. He does not seek attention but will tolerate a head scratch once he trusts you. He will not venture onto slippery floors but is happy with a large rug to explore. He would be a good free-range bunny as he has not shown any destructive tendencies and would likely bond well with a very gentle bunny.
This little guy went from abuse and nearly dying to learing to trust humans and healthy. We would love to see him get his forever home.. maybe in time for the holidays!?