Update: Tanner was adopted on August 18th!
Tanner is one of the rabbits we caught a backyard breeder trying to sell before Easter.
The conditions were horrendous for the bunnies. The parents had allegedly turned all of the care and cleaning over to a pre-teen child, giving her adult responsibilities which were completely inappropriate to delegate to such a young kid.
With us, Tanner has been blooming beautifully. He is now a very social bunny and enjoys human contact.
He also has impeccable litter box skills and likes to keep his living areas tidy.
Tanner is a Dutch & Dwarf mix, approximately one year young. We had him neutered and he is now ready for adoption at Nevada SPCA.
In our extreme desert climate in southern Nevada, indoor-only living is a necessity for domesticated rabbits. Veterinarians who specialize in bunny care emphasize that rabbits prefer cool temperatures and should never be subjected to heat beyond 85 or 90 degrees.
Tanner is one of more than 70 spayed/neutered rabbits for adoption at Nevada SPCA. Please visit and Nevada SPCA staff and volunteers can introduce you to numerous sweet individuals who match the personality and lifestyle characteristics for you and your family.