Meet Murphy
Animal ID 36508530 
Species Rabbit 
Breed Mini-Lop/American 
Age 2 years 4 months 9 days 
Gender Male 
Size Medium 
Color Black/Silver 
Spayed/Neutered  
Declawed No 
Housetrained Unknown 
Site Seattle Animal Shelter 
Location Foster Care 
Intake Date 9/9/2017 
Murphy is a handsome 2-year-old, male mini lop with black fur and silver markings. He loves treats and is very well litter box trained! He's not too shy when meeting new people, and he will definitely settle in for some lap time, pets and attention, once he gets to explore and feel comfortable with his space around him. He is looking for his next forever home!

Murphy is currently being adored in foster care!

HOW TO ADOPT: Murphy is in foster care! For foster animals, please fill out a critter adoption form available at the shelter and then meet with an animal care officer at the shelter for review.

The Seattle Animal Shelter is located at 2061 15th Ave W. The shelter is open five days a week (Wednesday-Sunday), 1-6 pm, and closed on Mondays, Tuesdays and legal holidays. After the review, please allow 5-6 business days for the foster parent to reach out to you to set up a meet and greet.

More About House Rabbits:
House rabbits need a large, rabbit-proofed **indoor** area of your home to live in, with covered areas to hide and relax in. Rabbits are intelligent and social animals; they do best with a rabbit companion and need daily interaction with their human friends. Rabbits should be fed high-quality hay pellets, unlimited hay, and fresh leafy greens. (Leaf lettuce, carrot tops, parsley, cilantro, and pesticide-free dandelion are good choices.) Treats include small portions of carrot or fruit, such as apple, berries, pear, grape, or banana.

Your rabbit will need regular nail trims and vet checks. With proper care and lots of love, rabbits can live to be 10-12 years old. You are expected to make a lifetime commitment to your bunnies, and they should be treated as an integral part of the family. The primary caregiver must be a responsible adult, and young children should always be supervised when interacting with your bunny and instructed on proper approach and handling. Household cats or dogs should, of course, also be carefully supervised at all times and introduced in a calm and quiet manner.