Would you like to have a princess live with you? She is cute and furry.

Lyla is a 2-year-old spayed Holland-Mini Lop mix rabbit and she is looking for a new family

She is the Tri-Cities Chapter of Little Lives Small Animal Rescue Pet of the Month for January.

Although Lyla didn’t have the best care in her previous home, but she quickly got comfortable in her foster home and learned to be a happy rabbit.

Lyla has been in the program since last winter is ready to find her forever home, said organizers.

She is potty trained and loves chewing on wicker balls and other toys.

Lyla, Little Lives Small Animal Rescue

“Lyla wants to be the only princess rabbit in the home but quickly warms up to other non-rabbit friends,” said organizers.

The Tri-Cities chapter of Little Lives Small Animal Rescue asks for an adoption fee of $75, which includes records of her wellness exam, proof of being spayed, an adoption booklet with coupons and a rabbit care guide.

The process to adopt is simple and online.

Little Lives Small Animal Rescue was founded in July 2016 due to the large numbers of unwanted, abandoned, abused and neglected small animals in the Pacific Northwest.

"We are dedicated to finding permanent loving homes for small animals, to educate our community about proper small animal care as well as the importance of overpopulation prevention and to foster compassion through the lens of education."