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Unavailable Taken in: 03/05/14
Cocoa is a super happy young bunny girl. When she first came to the shelter she was literally all ears. Cocoa still has the most gorgeous long ears, but she's grown into them during her stay at her foster parents' home. At nine pounds, she's just about finished growing, but she still loves her food -- mountains of hay, piles of greens and small portions of pellets.

With the help of the two resident bunnies at her foster home, Cocoa has been busy learning how to be a house rabbit. Her litter box habits are very good. She knows that if the washing machine starts making thump-thump-thump sounds it just means her foster mom put too many towels in the washer again, and she'll be there to fix it. Cocoa's favorite trick is to sneak up on her humans and pull the socks off their feet until they stop what they're doing and give her pets.

Cocoa is looking for a home where her humans will laugh at her silly antics and not mind when she leaps into their laps for snuggles. She would prefer a home that has lots of room for her to zoom around and do her aerial twirls. Cocoa says that she would love to have a bunny husband - size and color don't matter as long as he is happy to hang out with her and share sprigs of parsley!

To meet Cocoa, contact Suzanne at 724.766.9399 or by email at suzanne.muth@gmail.com

Please Note: Cocoa will not be adopted as a pet "for" children. She deserves to be a family member, not treated like a toy. She may live for another 10 years or more, so be ready to commit to her for the rest of her life when placing an application.

About Cocoa

Pet ID 20065634
Animal Rabbit
Sex Female
Breed English Spot
Spayed & Neutered? Spayed
Age 1 year & 10 months
Location Foster Home
Color White
Size M
Weight 5 pounds
Housetrained? Unknown
Declawed? No

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