Monty was rescued as a stray baby bunny with an infected eye by a kind resident of Dresden.
It appeared that she had been born outside by domesticated parents, and would not survive in the outdoor environment.
Once she arrived here at the shelter, she was promptly treated for her infection.
Unfortunately, at the time, it was discovered that Monty’s eye also had an ulcer which required a longer treatment to heal completely before she could be adopted.
Now several months later, our bunny girl is healthy, spayed and ready to move into her forever home.
Monty is a sweet bun who has good litter box manners, loves her 7 year old human foster brother (showers him with kisses when he is sitting on the floor with her) and even though she knows hay and greens are best, loves pellets and small treats of blueberries and tiny pieces of banana.
She is very curious and enjoys free roaming in her foster home.
Monty would love to be adopted into a rabbit savvy home.
Visit the animal shelter’s website at www.pawr.org for more information.