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0-1 Year




Small (< 20 lbs.)

Can Live With

  • Birds
  • Cats
  • Chickens
  • Children
  • Dogs
  • Guinea Pigs, Rats, Or Hamsters
  • Horses
  • Large Livestock (cows
  • Livestock
  • Older Children (12+)
  • Rabbits
  • Unknown



Current on Vaccines


Specialized Care

  • None


New Richmond, WI


Cookie has a narrow stripe on his head that is half as wide as his brother Oreo’s.
Cookie loves to snuggle with his brother, go on outings to the beach to dig or eating dandelions in the outdoor playpen and ringing the bell in the play tunnel. Oreo and Cookie are the most relaxed and calm of their siblings and would do really well if they were adopted together – that way they would always have their best friend there with them when their humans aren’t around.
Cookie might do ok in a home without another rabbit if there was a calm dog or cat for him to befriend. Though he would do best in a home with at least one other bunny who is already fixed or he can be adopted with his brother Cookie so they can stay together as they are both still too young to get fixed.

Saw an exotics vet at 5 weeks and again at 3 months. He is currently 3 months old, is started on litter box training, playtime with toys, has been around large dogs and is used to riding in the car.
My husband and I rescued two bunnies from outside and a few days later they had a litter of 10! Cookie is one of those babies who is still looking for a furever home. I have lots of resources on indoor rabbit care and there is a private facebook group for anyone who adopts one of the babies where we share photos, tips and help one another out on our bunny parenting journey. The babies will need to get their vaccines and will be old enough to get fixed within the next two months – this is necessary as it reduces cancer, prevents unwanted pregnancies, and helps with litter box training.
There are 3 siblings from the same litter still looking for a home and there was a second accidental litter (after dad bunny was neutered) that will be looking for homes of their own in a few weeks.

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