BOSTON (CBS) – With Easter around the corner, it was only fitting that a rabbit up for adoption was featured on this week’s Pet Parade.

Mrs. Hops, a 4-month old California rabbit, is up for adoption through Animal Protection Center Of Southeastern Massachusetts.

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Mrs. Hops is looking for a new home. (WBZ-TV)

She is almost fully grown to the weigh she is likely to reach, as California rabbits usually top out between 7-10 pounds.

They are great pets that can be litterbox trained. The rabbits can also have a harness put on them so owners can take them for a walk.

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Ricky is up for adoption. (WBZ-TV)

Ricky is a 1-year-old guinea pig. He is full sized, and was put up for adoption because his previous family developed an allergy.

Guinea pigs can also be litterbox trained.

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For more information on Mrs. Hops, Ricky, and other pets, visit the Animal Protection Center Of Southeastern Massachusetts website.