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ObiAnimal ID: 151 17-79

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About Obi

Age: Young Adult
Sex: Female

151 17-79 Obi Spayed Female Adult 24 Months Tan/Harlequin Weight 5.5 pounds Obi was pulled from Wake County Animal Control because she had a nasty abscess that needed medical treatment. She was surrendered to the shelter because she had been fighting with another rabbit. Obi received medical attention, antibiotics, and her infection cleared up and she is ready for adoption! The shelter describes me as a 'Bluebell' which means that in the shelter I was observed hiding and cowering at times but I also exhibited other behaviors such as exploring, grooming, playing, greeting, headshaking, thumping, and binkies. I may occasionally nip if I am mishandled. In homes, bluebells are often friendly, interactive rabbits, but may be cage protective and nip at a person reaching into their area. Some bluebells likes to be 'explorer rabbits' in their permanent homes. They are very active, usually gentle, but may not like to sit still from much cuddling. Bluebells often gets along with other rabbits if properly introduced and a few may be able to tolerate children if they are not over handled. Blue bells may nip if they are restrained against their will. BLUEBELL BEHAVIOR MARKERS 'ۢ INDEPENDENT 'ۢ ACTIVE 'ۢ EXPLORES 'ۢ OUTGOING BUT SOMETIMES SHY 'ۢ DOES NOT LIKE TO BE CUDDLED 'ۢ WILL NIP IF MISHANDLED

New Hanover County
Wilmington, North Carolina 28405


  • Average Energy
  • Average Temperament


  • Spayed

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