Pebbles Is Up For Adoption!
Pebbles was part of a feral family and lived outside all of her life before she came here to the Rabbit Center. It was only after she developed a large lump on her cheek she was captured and brought to us. Even tho she had not been around people her whole life she was sweet and happy when she came here, perhaps knowing she was in a much better place and being taken care of. She has a distinctive ear, healed but partially missing due to an infection she fought off. Her hearing is not affected and she loves to have it rubbed just like her other one. Pebbles is a sweetheart and in the morning she waits for her Kaytee Exact to be put on top of her pellett food before she goes to the bowl.
Pebbles is quite shy unless there’s Exact or Papaya to be had! Once she finds a forever home and adapts to her environment, we think she will start coming out of her shell. She likes to pull up carpet fibers and one of her back legs is a little weak, but it doesn’t stop her from going anywhere she wants to go, up or down. She is currently special needs because she has chronic sludge (thick urine) and when it builds up, she needs extra fluids and to have her bladder expressed. She is very cooperative and easy to work with when this needs to be done! We are working to eliminate the development of the sludge, but until we can figure that out, we consider her a special needs rabbit. Because bladder sludge is not particularly hard to deal with and because Pebbles is so good about the procedure involved, we would consider adopting her to a person who is experienced with rabbit medical care, especially if she could be bonded to a nice boy bunny!