Adopt two of the fuzziest bunnies on Earth at Gwinnett Animal Shelter

If you need someone to cuddle with, look no further than Gwinnett Animal Shelter. They have two bunnies that are so fuzzy, they can cure any of your woes.

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Lionhead is a 6-month-old male rabbit with an explosive pouf of red hair. His black-tipped ears make him look almost as if he is a Pomeranian puppy in a bunny costume, but he is actually a Netherland Dwarf cross.

Holland is a 2-year-old white rabbit who could easily be cast in the next Cadbury ad. Her chubby body and droopy ears could make even the coldest of hearts melt.

Lionhead’s shelter ID is 57544 and Holland’s ID is 57505. Both can be found at Gwinnett Animal Shelter’s Lawrenceville facility at 884 Winder Highway. You can call 770-339-3200 to confirm the rabbits are still available and inquire about adoption fees.

If rabbits aren’t your type of pet, the shelter has extended an adoption fee discount for cats and dogs through the end of August. Cats can be adopted for $10 and dogs for $30. View all available pets at the shelter on their website.

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