Rosie came to us in Aug as part of the 103 rescue. She was removed after living in deplorable conditions and being raised for meat.
Rosie was spayed in Aug 2016 and has impeccable litter habits!
When Rosie is given time out of her enclosure, she is very excited â she binkyâs up a storm! She also does this when she knows she is about to be fed â she jumps in place, and binkyâs around her enclosure, sometimes even spilling her water from all the excitement. When out to play, she burns all her energy in the first few minutes â binkying, running around â enough so that she tires herself out, and ends up parking it for some time. When she is in her enclosure, grooming herself, she flops onto her side â cleaning her ears, her paws â it is such a cute sight to see!!
Rosie goes straight for the magazines/newspapers when out exploring. She really enjoys tearing them apart/shredding them. She loves to explore new areas, always leading with her ears, like antennae â she is very weary of her surroundings. With Rosie, cables have never been an issue, thankfully!
Rosie has a carrier in her enclosure that she loves to sleep in, or use to hide when she is scared. When she is playing/excited, she has jumped up on the crate.
Her favorite toys are: Wooden chew toys â blocks/carrot, cardboard boxes/paper rolls, willow sticks
She does well with friendly cats.
Rosie loves to race around the room (carpeted) when she first comes out of her enclosure â binkying. When she flops over for a napâ she flops almost fully on her back (belly side up), and eventually ends up on her side â cleaning her ears and her paws â a sight to see!
Rosie is such a sweet âlittleâ bunny.
She will do really well in a home with other pets â preferably cats. She follows the cat in her foster family wherever she goes, but will not jump up on furniture when the cat does so. She is very well-mannered. Could you be her forever home?