This week's shelter profile is a rabbit named Patches.
Patches is a grey and white English Spot with really pretty markings. He is two years old and probably weighs around five pounds. He seems to be very healthy and he is pretty friendly. He is a little shy right now and is still adjusting to his new surroundings, but he is definitely very friendly. He can be easily handled and lets me pick him up without struggling. According to the staff Patches is good with kids and reacts pretty well to other pets as long as they are supervised. I am litter box training him, which is going really well. He likes having a hide box to hang out in, and one of his favorite things to do is flip over his food dish and dump all the pellets out. He is a really great rabbit, and he is very good natured and friendly. He would be a great rabbit for just about anyone!
Patches does not have a petfinder page
I don't know if Patches is neutered or not. He is very good natured for an un-neutered male, but he does do some marking once in a while.