|Pet ID #:||19-0059|
Cooper is very friendly, loves to be petted, has a great time running around during his play time in the living room. Even before he was neutered, he never exhibited any of the usual hormonal issues some male rabbits have: no spraying or grunting, no circling. He uses his litter box well and has a good appetite.
Cooper started to blossom beautifully after the initial stress of moving to a new foster home. He's been much more active and inquisitive, and he will happily cuddle with you even when he's free to hop away.
Cooper was named for Cooper Mountain where he was rescued after three days of attempts! Volunteers finally caught him by crawling under a truck, his favorite napping space, and getting eye-to-eye with him. The neighbors who alerted us about a loose bunny say he had been hopping around the area for about two weeks. He was clearly clever enough to make it on his own, as a white bunny like him sticks out like a sore thumb in the wild.
Would you like to meet Cooper? Fill out an adoption application here: rabbitadvocates.org/adoptable-rabbits/adoption-questionnaire/