desexed, vaccinated, male rabbit

Sam... where do we begin? He arrived as a stray, and hold onto your seats, but he wasn't adopted or reclaimed!! The staff waited 2 months before they couldn't keep him any longer, so he has come to our shelter where he can stay as long as he likes. Honestly though... I don't think it will be long. Exactly why this teddy bear wasn't adopted before is a mystery, I mean seriously, he doesn't even look real! He looks like a soft toy, but he is very much alive and likes to play and have fun. Very affectionate once he gets to know you, this soft little bunny is ready to find a special home that will love him unconditionally.

Update: Sam was adopted 3.5 years ago, but is now looking for a new, forever home, through no fault of his own. His parents advise that he is a really good boy and doesn't chew or destroy things, even when they've accidentally left a cord lying around. He is very much used to being a free range bunny and doing as he likes, and enjoys attention but on his terms. A mature household would be best, that can show him respect. He's recently recovered from an ear infection, but is very healthy and happy (so long as you don't medicate him. He hates medicine with a passion. He never wants to see medicine ever again!) First photo was from when he arrived the first time at the shelter. Second photo was taken 18.11.17. So you can see, he has not lost any of his cute looks ;)

Medical notes

Sam has found a new home and is no longer available for adoption.

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