Tiny is a 3-4 year old neutered rabbit, he was brought into the BC SPCA Comox Valley Branch as a stray after an animal control officer mistook him for a dog!
When Tiny was brought in it was obvious that he need a little extra care because he was covered in his own excrement. It took hours of grooming to clean him up due to his size. During the grooming he was extremely calm, quiet and gentle. The funny thing is, Tiny is loyal to his litter box, and will travel a fair distance to use it.
Because of his size and temperament, it is thought that he is a French Lop. His fur is soft and beautiful with patches of white and brown and his ears are particularly velvety.
Tiny is an extremely relaxed bunny, he usually just lays around. His favorite thing is food and he is hungry all the time. He also likes to cuddle up next to people and loves to be held. Tiny needs to be a house bunny because he wants to be apart of a family. He wouldn't survive as an animal in a cage.
Tiny would be a great pal for an expert or beginner bunny guardian. He is very special to our hearts and deserves a loving home to call his own. If Tiny sounds like a fit for you, please visit him at the BC SPCA Comox Valley Branch, email us or call (250) 339-7722.
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