Adopt Us! Expo and Impo Are a Dynamic Duo
04/18/2014 AT 05:00 PM EDT
These fluffy brothers were rescued from a neglectful home by the Gainesville Rabbit Rescue. Caged for most of their lives, the Holland lop/lionhead mixes were fed bread and other inappropriate human foods by their previous owner. Expo, the more extroverted of the pair, was given this name because he likes to explore his surroundings, while Impo (left) is slightly more introverted than his sibling but would still make a great pet.
"They are very sweet, loving and as with most of our rescued bunnies, they are litter trained," says spokeswoman Faith Bolton, who adds that they do have some hearing loss.
But before bringing some-bunny home this Easter, it's important to note the kind of care these rabbits will need. Says Bolton, "They are a 10+ year commitment just like a cat or dog."
If Expo and Impo seem like the perfect pets for you, contact the Gainesville Rabbit Rescue at (352) 528-5591, or visit the organization's site. More rabbits from the rescue can be found here.
Click here to meet another adoptable pet, Missy the greyhound.
Adopting a pet is an amazing experience – and a big decision! Before bringing a pet into your home, it's important to consider your family circumstances and do your research.