This is a free listing for an animal in the community who is in need of a new home. This animal is not available for adoption at the Wisconsin Humane Society, but is being re-homed by members of the community. For more information, you can contact the animal's current guardian using the contact information below. Thank you!
Animal Weight: Unknown (small)
Animal Color: Black
Rehoming Fee: $0
My two favorite things about Elvis Parsley: My rabbit does not bite, and he is very cute.
Contact Info: Sarahhebbe12@gmail.com
Current Location: Caledonia, wisconsin
Is Elvis Parsley spayed or neutered? Not Sure
Is Elvis Parsley up to date on vaccinations? no
Why the animal is being rehomed: I am moving out of my house, into an apartment that is too small to take my rabbit with me.
What are your two favorite things about Elvis Parsley? My rabbit does not bite, and he is very cute.
How long have you had Elvis Parsley? About 4 years
Where did you get Elvis Parsley? I adopted my rabbit from Petworld in West Allis
Has Elvis Parsley ever bitten someone? No
What, if any, medical or behavioral concerns does Elvis Parsley have? None
Has Elvis Parsley lived with other animals? Yes
If yes to the above, which animals has Elvis Parsley lived with? Two cats of older age, and he is not bothered by them.
Has Elvis Parsley actively fought with other animals in the home? No
Does/did Elvis Parsley hide from other animals in the home? No
How does Elvis Parsley interact with animals outside of the home? No reaction
Are you requiring that Elvis Parsley not go into a family with certain types of pets? No
Has Elvis Parsley lived with any children under 18? No
Does/did Elvis Parsley hide or avoid children in the home? No
Does/did Elvis Parsley display any forms of aggression toward children in the home? No
Are you requiring that Elvis Parsley not go into a family with children under a certain age? No
Does Elvis Parsley have any fears? Unknown
Elvis Parsley's overall activity level: Sedentary/low energy
What should the next family should know about Elvis Parsley: This rabbit likes the security of his cage. You can let him out to run around and have exercise, and when he’s done he will hop back in his cage. He is litter box trained using a plastic pan and newspaper pellets. The bunny urinates 100% into this pan for easy cage cleanup, and does his best to poop in it. He’s very sweet and does not bite fingers. He may nibble on a blanket or towel if you put him on one, but not humans.