Say hello to this beautiful Florida White, Norah! Norah is eager for greens and other treats from people. Her favorite activity is sitting on top of the box in her run and greeting everyone who walks by. Norah is definitely a lap bunny; put her on your lap in a calm environment and pet her, and she may just fall asleep cuddled up with you. Norah also enjoys stretching out in the sunshine and catching some rays with her boyfriend Ernie. Ernie was super shy and traumatized when he came to the shelter and our Noble Norah has helped Ernie come out of his shell. Now Norah and Ernie are deeply bonded and do everything together. Because of their charming and distinctive personalities, rabbits make wonderful pets. Although they are incredibly social with their human families, bunnies need the companionship of their own kind to thrive. From kissing and cuddling to sleeping and playing, bonded rabbits live as a pair and do everything together to ensure each other's safety and comfort. Without a companion, rabbits become lonely, depressed and anxious.So that our rabbits live their longest, healthiest and happiest lives, we have bonded them with a companion, and we only offer them for adoption in these pairs. Since bonded bunnies share the same bed, exercise pen, litter box, and food and water dishes, caring for two rabbits is just as easy as caring for one. So not only will you save two lives, but you'll also enjoy watching your two rabbits hop, play, snuggle and enjoy their new home together.If you're interested in adopting Norah, doing so will require that you also adopt her companion, Ernie:https://bestfriends.org/adopt/adopt-our-sanctuary/9390385/ernieThese two cuddly bunnies are hopping in excitement to meet you.