Austin is a sweet young girl bunny who loves to give kisses - she’s like a happy puppy dog and will kiss you all over your face! She’s ready for a home that doesn’t mind being kissed! Since coming to Harvest Home as a tiny underage baby bunny, she has gotten a lot of TLC in a foster home, and is now healthy and ready to find her forever home! Austin is a curly rex, with a plush soft coat of white fur and curly little whiskers.
We estimate she was born on Jan 1, 2012, so she is still very young, but has grown up with daily handling, love, and care - if she finds a home before 6/1, we will just schedule her spay appointment at the time of adoption and her new family will take her to the clinic on the scheduled date.
Austin’s special need is that she is a little wobbly when she hops - it is an adorable very slight wobble - our rabbit specialist vet said that this is likely a neurological condition, either hereditary or from poor nutrition as a tiny baby, but as it has not changed in her 3 months in foster care while she has grown, our vet believes it will not change.
Austin is delightful, extremely affectionate, and gets excited and does adorable baby binkies with a little wobble when she knows that someone is paying attention to her. She is still learning how to use the litterbox - she’s good about peeing in the box, but is still learning where the poops should go - this should improve once she’s spayed in June!
Please contact us if you think Austin might be the right rabbit for you and your family!
The adoption fee for a rabbit from Harvest Home Animal Sanctuary is $50, and includes spay/neuter and a coupon for 20% off at Pet Food Express.
To learn about upcoming events and to see all of our rabbits available for adoption, please visit our website at www.harvesthomesanctuary.org.
Note: We only adopt to indoor homes. Your rabbit should be treated as an integral part of the family. No outdoor hutches. With good care and lots of love, rabbits can live to be 8-12 years old. We expect you to make a lifetime commitment to your rabbit(s). The primary caregiver must be a responsible adult.
If you’re interested in adopting this rabbit, please fill out our rabbit adoption application.
Photo Credit: Ian Elwood