Rowan is a one-year-old lop-eared black bunny who is looking for the perfect home.
This outgoing and energetic bunny is looking for a family who can keep up with his lively enthusiasm.
Found as a stray, Rowan was brought into the Ontario SPCA Provincial Education & Animal Centre. After much love and care, he is ready to find a loving home. He is neutered and has taken to the litter box well. With consistency, Rowan should continue to be a litter trained bunny.
Rowan enjoys head and cheeks rubs. He will allow those he trusts to pick him up, but requires full support when doing so to help him feel safe. For this reason, a family with older children or a family with bunny experience would be an ideal household. Rowan could live with other spayed/neutered bunnies.
The team at the Ontario SPCA Provincial Education & Animal Centre can help potential adopters understand the unique needs and requirements of caring for a bunny in the home. For more information on Rowan, or to see other animals available for adoption, visit ontariospca/peac or call 905-898-7122, ext. 306.
Can’t adopt, but have a young animal enthusiast at home looking to learn more about animal well-being?
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