Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Wabbit Wednesday - Vera and Bradley

This week's featured rabbit is a bonded pair.  Vera and Bradley are available for adoption from Western PA Humane Society in Pittsburgh, PA.

Vera is a 1 year 4 month old spayed female brown and white Dutch rabbit. She loves romping and playing with her pal Bradley, a neutered male black and white Dutch. Because they are a bonded pair, they need to be adopted together.

When Vera and Bradley came into the shelter, they were both emaciated, covered in urine and had severely overgrown toenails. They are beautiful, purebred bunnies who deserve a forever home where they can be properly cared for.

Vera and Bradley would do well in a nice calm family with older children.

They should be kept indoors where they are safe from predators. They will need an extra large cage with enough room for them to stand up, lay down and turn around - as well as a safe, bunny-proof area to exercise.

Vera and Bradley are both litter trained (avoid pine or cedar shavings as they are hazardous to a bunny's health). Their diet consists of limited quantities of pellets and dark leafy greens, and unlimited amounts of timothy hay and water.

Remember having a bunny is a 10 year commitment! They should have annual veterinary check-ups, and they may require tooth trims.

If you have room in your heart and your home for this gorgeous pair, contact Western PA Humane Society or visit to find an adoptable rabbit near you!


  1. Awww they are a couple of sweeties!

  2. I know! If I didn't have a house full of cats right now, I get them myself!