Gingham is an adorable 2-year-old short-haired rabbit with a crisp white coat and chubby cheeks. During her stay at the Mission Viejo Animal Services Center, Gingham has proved she’ll make an amazing pet.
She is large but docile in her mannerisms and curious of new surroundings. She is house broken, has a healthy appetite and loves daily salad treats. She enjoys being pet and sitting in laps but also displays an independent, free-spirited side when she’s looking for space to stretch her legs and explore.
Gingham and five of her sisters were rescued from an unhealthy and overpopulated rabbit environment in November. When animal control officers got involved, the five siblings were surrendered to the Mission Viejo Animal Services Center where they now reside. Whether you are an experienced rabbit owner or a novice, don’t hesitate in meeting Gingham and her sisters at the shelter (28095 Hillcrest) where our friendly staff is happy to educate you on rabbit husbandry and help with the adoption process. All rabbits will go home microchipped and spayed/neutered for $20.
For more information, click here or call 949-470-3045. The facility has served Aliso Viejo since 2009.