Giant Rabbit Is Looking For A Home — With Room To Grow

Atlas the rabbit isn't your typical little bunny. In fact, he's about four times larger.

The rescued rabbit is currently available for adoption from the Scottish SPCA's Glasgow center, and he's making waves with his inquisitiveness, his cuddly disposition and, of course, his huge size.

So why is Atlas so much bigger than the average pet rabbit? He's not one. Atlas is a continental giant rabbit - and a big one at that.

Atlas is only 7 months old, which means he still has lots of growing to do. When he's done, he could weigh more than fifteen pounds.

"We are looking for a specific home for Atlas due to his breed and size," the SPCA wrote on its Facebook page. "A standard rabbit hutch won't do so his new owner will need plenty of space for him."

In Atlas's case, the SPCA would also prefer someone who has worked with continental giants before and is familiar with their care.

We have a feeling Atlas's new owner will be handsomely rewarded in cuddles.

If you're interested in adopting Atlas or contributing toward his care, visit the Scottish SPCA's Facebook page. To learn more about adoptable pets in your area, check out Adopt-a-Pet.com.