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Pets of Dalhousie: Meet Clover
Get to know Clover, a rabbit who lives with Emma Whelan, Associate Professor in the Department of Sociology & Social Anthropology.
(Find information on how to submit your own pet's profile at the bottom of this profile.)
Name: Clover. Like our guinea pigs, Lily and Rose, we named her after a plant that grows in our garden.
Species/breed: Not sure—she’s a rescue—but a colleague has a Dwarf English Spot mix rabbit and they look very similar.
Age: Almost two.
Fave food: Apples…and clover!
Special tricks: Pooping (mostly) in her litter box; thumping when cranky; evading capture; livening up my boring lecture videos.
Best quality: Gentleness; softness; high cuddle-tolerance.
Social media platform or handle, if available: None, but she has appeared in an SPCA promotional video.
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Read more about this series on Dal News. And don't forget to check out the previous pets we've featured in this space this month, including Hamish, Maple, Paulomer, Declan, Hermes and Loki, Billie Jean, as well as those from previous months:
The month in pets: January
The month in pets: February
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