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CECILY - ID#A033585

My name is Cecily.

I am a spayed female, white Shorthaired Rabbit.

The shelter staff think I am about 7 years old.

I have been at the shelter since Jul 28, 2015.

This information was refreshed 35 minutes ago and may not represent all of the animals at the San Clemente - Dana Point Animal Services.
Shelter Staff made the following comments about this animal:
Cecily, a cute ruby-eyed white dwarf, is the shelter's longest-term rabbit resident and is the PPF Packed-and-Ready-to-Go bunny. She came in with her mother and six siblings in 2015 after being dumped in a Dana Point park. Cecily's mother was the first to find a home and all of her siblings were adopted within a year. For some reason, though, no adopter has ever clicked with Cecily.

Cecily is currently in a foster home during the pandemic,and she has turned out to be a great rabbit - very smart with tons of personality. People don't see it at the shelter because she often puts on a tough bun exterior. In a home, she's proven to be more complex. The volunteers know she's a princess; everything has to be on her terms. For example, she rearranges things in her cage, flipping boxes and putting her toys in them, then hides in a corner and grunts if you try to "fix" things. She's also playful - she zooms around, crawls under sheets and towels, kicks up her heels, and jumps onto boxes. She doesn't enjoy being picked up but surprisingly will cuddle next to people and accepts sitting on laps, especially if treats are involved. In fact, her adopters will likely find her to be very trainable, because she'll do anything for treats!

Cecily would do best in a quiet home with experienced owners as an only bunny that's showered with attention. She probably won't do well with dogs or cats, but she's accepted the foster home's turtle. She'll be an awesome housebun because of her entertaining personality - and her impeccable litter box habits!

For more information about this animal, call:
San Clemente - Dana Point Animal Services at (949) 492-1617

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