• Age: 4
  • Breed: Dwarf Lop
  • Sex: Female (Neutered)
  • Location: Nottinghamshire
  • Bonded: No
  • Vaccinated: Yes
  • Date Added: 07/12/2017
  • Last Update: 07/12/2017

More about Sinatra:

Description: Hello my name is Sinatra. I am a 4 year old ginger dwarf lop doe.

About Me: I was given up as my previous owner could no longer keep up due to moving. I did come with my friend Iggy, but sadly she came in ill and passed away. I am now on my own and am looking for a new home and play mate.

General health: I am in good health. I have been neutered and have been vaccinated with VHD-2 vaccine.

Temperament: I am a very active rabbit. I love to whizz in and out of my run around tube. I did love to snuggle up with Izzy and watch the world go by. I am okay to be handled but I do get bored and occasionally nip a little. I am not very litter trained but I am not much of a digger or chewer.

Type of home wanted: I am looking for a home with an similar aged or older male rabbit. I would be more suited as an outdoor rabbit with lots of room to bound about in. I would suit an teenager or above.

How To adopt: If you think you can give Sinatra a "furever" home, please contact us using the details below. We ask for a minimal donation of 60 to help cover neutering, vaccination and housing costs. A home check is required.

Suitable Housing: We ask for all hutches to be at least 6ft x 2ft x 2ft as is recommend by the Rabbit Welfare Association and Funding. This should be attached to a run of at least 5ft squared. All hutches must be fox proof and weather proof. House rabbits must have access to their own area to rest in.

We do offer advice on bonding rabbits and, subject to space, can offer a bonding service.

How to Adopt this Rabbit

Sinatra is being rehomed through a rescue. For more information or to enquire about adoption please contact:

Brinsley Animal Rescue
NG16 5AX

Tel: 01773 712999
Website:› View all rabbits

Details: Potential adopters are welcome to visit but we ask that you email or ring first as we are based at home and aren't always in. We do carry out home checks for every single animal we rehome. We have a suggested donation of 40 for male rabbits and 45 for females which partly covers our costs of spaying and neutering. We always do home checks and get rabbits to potential homes as soon as possible.

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