Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Wabbit Wednesday - Jack and Bree

This week's featured rabbit is actually a bonded pair - Jack and Bree from Judge's Park in New Castle, PA.

Bree is a female brindle lionhead, who is less than a year old. She is very playful and loves to have fun, fun, fun!

Jack is a five year-old male Florida White/New Zealand mix , who is a real cuddle bunny. He lives for petting and snuggling.

Both Bree and Jack are litter-trained and have been spayed/neutered.
According to the House Rabbit Society, pairs are much easier to care for, get into far less trouble, are happier, and tend to relate better to people.

Boredom leads to bunny trouble, and pairs don't get nearly as bored because they are so busy relating to each other.

If you have room in your heart and your home for these two sweethearts, contact Judge's Park or visit to find a bonded pair near you.


  1. And they have been in rescue here for a long, long, time... :(

  2. Vicki, you do such wonderful work!
    It's hard to describe the love that bonded pairs show...our Tinkerbell lost her Bean (after 8 years) last November. Tink's since gone blind, but is now bonded with Miso, a much younger male - he's so gentle and sweet with her.
    Louie b. Free