Lilo Bunny Wants to Hop Right into Your Heart

Lilo Bunny Wants to Hop Right into Your Heart

Sniff, sniff, sniff…..hello nice person.  My name is Lilo and I am a one-year-old mini lop eared bunny who really likes people.  And people seem to like me, too.  I guess it is because I am quite cute with my hanging ears, beautiful harlequin markings, and sweet, twitchy, bunny nose.  Rabbits just don’t get much cuter than I am, if I do say so myself.  You might think I am a bit biased.  But really, I am just a very happy and social boy who enjoys life and dreams of a wonderful home.

So, you are asking yourself: Why do I need a bunny in my life?  Well, I am just a bundle of pure joy.  My favorite thing to do is to stick my nose out of my cage and ask to be patted.  Whenever anyone is around, this is what I do.  I also like to play.  There are toys in my cage and I throw them around in fun.  When they let me out into a room, I love to hop around.  I can be quite energetic.  So if you were to adopt me, you could build me all kinds of fun mazes and boxes and I could hop around in them.  I would like that because the other thing about me is that I love to explore.  Put me down and I will check out the entire place, sniffing and hopping and inspecting the room.

When I am not hopping, exploring, and playing, I enjoy relaxing.  I love to be stroked and petted, as I already mentioned.  And you can pick me up.  While sometimes I can be wiggly (as bunnies often are), at other times I just melt into your arms.  I think I would do that more and more once we got to know each other.

I feel I am a lucky bunny to be at PAWS.  I was found wondering on the street and that is not a safe situation for a pet bunny like me, especially a young one.  PAWS took me in and concluded that I was certainly someone’s pet because I am litter trained.  No mistakes for me.  Anyway, that is a silly thing to discuss.  More importantly, I want you to know that if you see me asleep with twitchy ears, it is because I am dreaming of having my own people and my own home forever, and ever.

If you are looking for a bunny, I am your guy.  And if you never thought about adopting a bunny into your life, think about it now.  You could not do better than me.  I am the best rabbit around, so let’s meet and discuss our future.  My nose is already twitching in anticipation.

If you are interested in learning more about Lilo Bunny, contact PAWS at (781) 246-6111 or PAWSwakefield@yahoo.com.  You can also meet many of our available cats at our weekly adoption hours: Saturday, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., at VCA Wakefield Animal Hospital. Our adoption center at the Danvers PetSmart will also be holding its usual adoptions hours this week on Thursday and Friday from 4 to 7 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday from 1 to 4 p.m.

Join PAWS on Saturday December 8 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. for our Annual SUBARU Share the Love event at SUBARU of Wakefield.  Meet our adoptable cats, dogs, and a bunny, tickets for wonderful raffle baskets, shop for people and pet gifts, get low cost nail trims and microchips as well as the opportunity to ask questions of a vet and animal behaviorist.  And take our Community Fill’er up Challenge: Fill the showroom Subaru with cat and dog food, litter, toys, and bedding for our animals.  Stop by Subaru of Wakefield with your donations any time after Dec. 1.

And don’t forget to bring your furry family members to the Danvers PetSmart (104 Andover Street) for a picture with Santa Claws on December 8, 9, 15 or 16, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.  Pet Parents receive one 4x6 photograph in a holiday collector frame for $9.95 (with PetPerks card).  For every photo package, PetSmart will donate $5 to PAWS.  So it is a great time to get a nice holiday picture and help PAWS animals.


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