Pet’s Name: Calvin and Martha
Calvin and Martha are a bonded pair of bunnies. Calvin is a white lionhead/lop mix (male-2ish) and Martha is a brown lop (female-3ish). I adopted them bonded together as their previous owner originally bonded them. They love each other’s company and will be a great addition to your home. They will need patience, because I adopted them from a rough previous situation and it took a while for them to warm up and trust me, but once they do you will adore them! Calvin’s feet are stained yellow from his cage’s conditions in his previous home. I’ve gotten them to lighten up quite a bit but they’re still a little yellow.
They’re both very independent and love doing their own thing but will also visit you frequently. They always let me brush and take care of them but they definitely don’t love being picked up. I have them free roaming my home and they have never torn up any of my furniture, cords and they don’t make messes in my apartment. They’ll occasionally make mistakes outside of the litter box but nothing major. It took me a while to figure out where they preferred their litter box when I first adopted them! If you sit on the floor when you first adopt them (do this for weeks) and give them greens for snacks then they will love you! They are both fixed and are up to date on everything vet related for the next year. They will go to their new home with all of their toys and treats! I don’t have a cage since they’re free roaming but I have a carrier that they can go home in! I want to make sure they will go to a home with lots of treats and love. They are both sassy with attitude so their owner will need patience and enjoy spunk. You’ll love to have them hopping and jumping around your home!!
Breed: Lop and lionhead/lop mix
Date of Birth: May 5, 2022
Color/Markings: Brown, white and black
Re-Home Fee: $50
Reason for re-homing:
I will be moving and living with a dog so I can unfortunately no longer keep them.
Spayed or Neutered: Yes
Current on Vaccines: Yes
Pet Friendly: Yes
Child Friendly: Yes