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These adorable sisters (Lexi - brown and Reba - reddish) are currently seeking their forever home. They are very curious about exploring new places and love being pet and cuddling with each other.
Lexi & Reba were brought to Oakland Animal Services after their owners had to move and was unable to take them with them. The pair is the longest to be housed at OAS and were recently moved to a foster home where they can stretch their legs a bit more. They are loving the ability to hop around a new place and receive more attention. Lexi is the more outgoing one and is the first to explore something new. Reba usually hangs back and then when she gets the "all clear from" from Lexi will soon join her sister. Their foster mom can't find a mean bone in their bodies and thinks they would be great for first time bunny owners or families with children. Plus, they are great at using their litter box!
Lexi and Reba are available to be seen at OAS on Sunday afternoons and could be seen on Saturday by request.
If you're thinking of bringing someone furry into your life then these girls might be for you! Adopting a pair is great because they keep each other company when you're not home and have someone to snuggle with at night.
For more info please visit them at OAS on Sundays or contact their foster mom at: firstname.lastname@example.org. You can find directions to OAS and hours on our website. The adoption fee for a rabbit at Oakland Animal Shelter is $35, so the adoption fee for two is $70.
"Reflection Of Compassion" is a lovingly commissioned series of original watercolor and gouache illustrations created especially for SaveABunny Rabbit Rescue by artist Elizabeth Koval Maffeo. (All images copyright 2008 SaveABunny. All rights reserved.)