Sanctuary Rabbit

Fitz is a sanctuary rabbit. Sanctuary rabbits are special rabbits who are no longer likely to be adopted but remain in the Indiana House Rabbit Society's care. They are provided endless love, long-term care and support.

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Fitz

Lionhead
Age: 9 months
Weight: 4 lbs.

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Hi, I'm Fitz! I was born in rescue and my parents and siblings have all been adopted. But I get to stay with the rescue people because I'm a little differently abled! I'm a very special bunny who has a couple legs that don't work right and I get pretty dizzy and fall over a lot. I even had to have one of my eyes removed because I lay on my side so much it kept getting infected and very painful. But I'm all healed from that, and super happy with my bumpers to lean on, lots of great food, and my salads almost always have my favorite: fennel!

I get to cuddle on the couch with my people every night while they watch TV. I eat my salad and wander the couch and snooze on them, and nibble them when I'm ready to head back to my pen. I even have some bunny neighbors who are also differently abled! Once I heal from my neuter I might be able to move in with them, which would be very exciting.

I'm just hanging out doing my Fitzy thing. My foster people have to do a lot of care for me since I can't hop or use the litterbox, but I keep myself quite clean and I'm in charge of my day! My medical expenses have been more than most bunnies and I need food, hay, greens for the rest of my life, so donations to the rescue are always appreciated to help with my care.

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Profile last updated on 8/12/2021