Status: Adopted on Feb 1 2007
Shelter of Origin: San Francisco Animal Care and Control
Location: SFACC

Mystery is a very pretty and spirited, spayed lop girl who is eager to find a loving indoor home. Mystery just had her spay surgery and she is wearing a stylish neck bandage after she decided that she wanted to chew on her stitches. As cute as she looks, the bandage will soon be coming off.

Mystery would like to be a pampered indoor only rabbit lots of love and attention from you.

To keep Mystery safe from her own curiosity, be sure to cover your electrical wires and remove any house plants, she may be tempted to chew. Fresh greens like cilantro and parsley make better treats than rabbit "junk food", such as yogurt drops that can actually make rabbits sick.

Mystery is a delightful bunny who will charm you with her bunny smile. Please visit her soon at San Francisco Animal Care and Control. If you'd like to meet him, please bring his ID number with you to San Francisco Animal Care and Control. Hours of operation are 12-6 pm. Open 12-7 pm on Wednesday. You will need landlord approval if you rent.

San Francisco Animal Care and Control
1200 15th Street (at Harrison Street)
San Francisco, CA 94103
(415) 554-6364
acc@sfgov.org


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