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In a few months, I'm going to adopt a bunny. But, I'm not sure where to adopt one from. I'm looking for a holland lop (male). I want a young one so I can really bond with it and train him. I want to save one that's been rescued. Are there any places I can look? I checked out The House Rabbit Society, but they don't have any in Texas, and that's where I live.
Thank you. (:
Where do you live in Texas? There are plenty of places in Texas where you can adopt rabbits. It shouldn't make much of a difference bonding with/training a rabbit if the rabbit is older - I just adopted my second rabbit (who is 1.5 years old) recently and he's already warmed up to me so much and learned a few tricks.