Available for interstate adoption
Foster carer needed
Peta Rabbit (OaV-05)
Lots of personality!
Female Bunny Rabbit
- Rescue group:
- SAFE Avon Valley Inc
- PetRescue ID:
- Western Australia
Have you always wanted a perfect, storybook life? Well adopt Peta Rabbit and you can live in your very own Beatrix Potter tale!
This super sweet, quirky and unique bunny has been extremely loved in her previous home but sadly her family is moving to Queensland, where it is illegal to keep pet rabbits. So they have reluctantly surrendered her to find a loving new family where she will be treated as well as she always has been.
Peta is friendly and confident but has some serious attitude! She's a very vocal and communicative rabbit who has a whole repertoire of grunts and squeaks that are far more interesting than any other bunny I've ever met! She's a strong-willed girl who will seriously bring sunshine and joy to her new home.
This lady has previously lived in a large, secure outdoor pen with other animals including chickens and geese so she's not at all suited to living in a small hutch (well, no bunny is!) She's also mostly litter trained so would adapt easily to being a house rabbit. She could live with a friendly female or sterilised male bun, or with guinea pigs or back with poultry like before! She's also used to kids being around (but she's not a cuddly bunny so isn't suited to small children who aren't familiar with rabbits).
So maybe you have a lonely rabbit/guinea pig/goose etc looking for a friend. Or maybe you are seeking a super cute new buddy for yourself. Maybe you are just perpetually mesmerised by the twitching of that little nose (who isn't, really?) Whatever it is, we know you will love this little girl. So get in touch today!
*Located in Northam but can come to Perth for meets*
Thank you for taking the time to view one of our lovely animals. We love them all and we hope you will too.
If you would like to know more about an animal please call Freedom on 0409 000 259. If it sounds like you and the furry creature are a suitable match then we will pass on the foster carer’s details to you so you can call and make a time to meet them.
Once you have met the animal and wish to go further then we may organise a yard check to ensure that your yard is safe and secure (dogs only). You can then take your new family member home on a 2 week trial and if you decide they are not suitable then you can return them.
If you are not sure how existing animals in your home might be affected, or you want a little extra time to get to know the nature of the animal, we may allow you to foster with a view to adopt.