BREE – not Briar – Rabbit was in the market for a new or used car, perhaps a Tarago for her growing family, when she was rescued from Tamworth City Toyota last month.
The plucky little hopper certainly raised eyebrows in the dealership when she bounded into the showroom. So what do a bunch of car salesmen do with a wayward rabbit not in the market for a car? They give her to the local vet to try and find her a new home.
Bree has been desexed, so there won’t be any surprises for her new family, and the caramel-coloured rabbit is in good health and will be vaccinated before her rehoming. Although she was advertised when found, her former family did not come forward and she’s ready for a new life with a family, possibly with older children, who would like to hand feed her.
She is no high-maintenance diva and is easycare, would love some time on the grass enjoying the sunshine and is a clean bunny, always using her litter tray.
Bree is only a young rabbit – about 12 months old – and enjoys the pats and cuddles she gets from everyone at the Marius Street Small Animal Clinic.
If you could offer Bree a loving home, phone the clinic 6766 7228 to arrange a play date.