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Jan 11 2007
Shelter of Origin: 
Marin Humane Society

I just found my forever home!
Hi. My name is Herman. I am a small, shy, but friendly, neutered American Fuzzy lop boy. I was surrendered to the animal shelter by my guardian who was unable to give me the proper care I needed to keep my long, silky hair brushed and groomed. Consequently, I need to be partially shaved to get rid of the mats and tangles. But now, I look great, if I say so myself, and I am eager to find a forever , loving home with room to run, play and gets lots of pets and kisses.

Because of my longhair, I will need to be adopted by someone who recognizes how important it is both for my physical health and my emotional health, to groom and brush me daily. Most people don't know that I could actually get very sick or maybe even die from ingesting too much of my own fur.
Unlike cats who throw up hairballs, rabbits don't vomit, so hair can block up our system. A bunny like me is so incredibly handsome , but also a requires a lot of patience and work to keep me healthy.
I hope you would like to meet me soon. I really want to be adopted!