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Martinez Patch Pet of the Week: Meet Jenny The Bunny

This adorable female rabbit is ready for adoption at Contra Costa Animal Services.

Jenny is an adorable female rabbit, who has been neutered. She is mostly tan with some white markings and has a cute white cotton tail. She is a very sweet and gentle companion. Jenny likes to be petted and will sit in your lap so you can pet her silky soft fur. She is a devoted friend who will enjoy spending quality time with someone special.

Jenny may seem a little shy at first, but give her some time to get to know you and her charming personality will blossom. Even after a short time with Jenny, she began to groom her adorable face, and make some cute dance steps. Rabbits love to dance, but they will only show this creative side of themselves to people they trust. Jenny is considered an indoor pet and would want a place in your home where she can see you and interact with you. She has already been litter boxed trained and is a tidy rabbit.

Rabbits develop very strong bonds with people and even other animals, so it’s important to them to spend time with you. They are most active in the morning and the evening, which are perfect times to let them out of their quarters to play. When rabbits are happy, they may make a purring noise by quietly grind their teeth. Jenny is a very calm rabbit who would be a wonderful companion for an older child or adult. (A683009)

Contra Costa Animal Services offers a variety of information resources about caring for indoor rabbits. In their “Rabbit Care Information” guide they explain that “It is essential for rabbits to chew and gnaw as their teeth grow throughout their lives. They love to chew on simple things such as cardboard, paper, hay, and apple branches.”

Visit Contra Costa Animal Services this week to meet Jenny, and other animals ready for adoption. Or stop by for more information about caring for an indoor rabbit.

Contra Costa Animal Services is located at 4800 Imhoff Place and is open Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday from 10:00am – 5:00pm, and Wednesday from 10:00am – 7:00pm. You can reach them at 925-335-8300.

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