Pet of the Week – Frenchy & Cottonball

Here are the Mix 103.1 Pets of the Week:

Frenchy (A207601)

Frenchy (A207601)

We have two rabbits currently up for adoption!  Frenchy is a white, shorthair, adult, male rabbit.  This big, handsome fellow is very friendly, soft, and good-natured. He’s curious and attentive and will come right up to you for petting and attention, and enjoys sitting on your lap. Cottonball is a tan, longhair, adult, female rabbit.  She is very outgoing and friendly, quick to get to know new people.  She enjoys being held and has a calm, patient personality.  Both have very soft fur and are real people lovers!  Rabbits, in general, are very intelligent and social, and can be quite affectionate.  They generally live 8-10 years and require as much care as a dog or a cat.  Many rabbits enjoy playing with toys to chew on and toss around for fun.  Rabbits have delicate skeletons, and so should be handled gently.  Children should always be supervised when handling rabbits.  If you are interested in a pet other than a dog or a cat, this adorable bunny might be the perfect pet for you!  Frenchy and Cottonball can be adopted for $20 each.

Cottonball (A208294)

Cottonball (A208294)

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