We are trying to move a colony of domestic rabbits that has grown up in Huntington Beach as the result of dumping. The colony is on the grounds of an elementary school, in a small farm section. It has been there for years and once numbered 500+. There are currently about 150 rabbits, the majority of whom have been spayed/neutered as the result of the tireless efforts of Golden Rabbit Rescue. The school plans to repurpose the farm area, and wants the rabbits removed. The area is also unsafe and there has been increasing predation.
Milton is about two - three years old. He is solid black, medium-sized neutered, and has a chewed ear. He received a bite wound that abscessed, so he was taken in and treated. He is healing well. Since he has spent many weeks inside, and we are trying to move the colony anyway, we don’t want to release him back into the warren. He is available for adoption. Do you have room in your heart for a shy calm bunny who has had more than his share of hard luck?
Call his foster mom Kim from 9am to 8pm at (949)554-9007 to learn more about Milton