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Follow the White Rabbit to the Animal Welfare League of Alexandria

If you’re tired of going out for yoga and meditation with bunnies and want a partner for your own at home, the Animal Welfare League of Alexandria (AWLA) has the perfect companion.

Meet Tiger, a two-year-old white rabbit available for adoption at the Vola Lawson Animal Shelter (4101 Eisenhower Avenue).

“Tiger first hopped into local attention when she was spotted near the Shell Station in Alexandria,” Gina Hardter, spokeswoman for the AWLA, said in an email. “A kind resident scooped her up and brought her to the AWLA.”

Hardter said she is “hoppy” to try new things like games and clicker training.

“[She’s] one smart cookie and can sniff out a treat from a mile (or at least several feet) away,” Harter said.

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