Sneezy

  • Age: 1
  • Breed: Mini Lop
  • Sex: Female
  • Location: Lincolnshire
  • Bonded: Yes, see below.
  • Vaccinated: Yes
  • Date Added: 10/08/2018
  • Last Update: 10/08/2018

More about Sneezy:

Sneezy (named by my son because she sneezes when she eats pellets - she's been checked by a vet and is not ill I hasten to add) is one of several abandoned by a tenant when they left a property we own (we were not aware they had any pets).

She is quite outgoing but hates being held unless you are stroking her ears and then she calms down, she is believed to be over a year old and has been vaccinated (Novibac and Eravac).

These will be rehomed following Rabbit Welfare guidelines and an adoption fee of 160 will be asked for to prevent adoption on a whim (RSPCA were involved in their rescue), this does not begin to cover what we have spent on them. As an ex rescue-volunteer I will also be carrying out a home check.

They are confident with cats and are quite happy to run around with my children (who know not to pick them up). They were wary of my large dog but did not panic.

Although litter trained as there are so many of them they are not perfect so perhaps better suited to an outdoor home. They will need a shed/playhouse type set up although they love to snuggle together they need a lot of space to exercise.

PS I'm trying not to name the others as the children are already getting too attached and I already have a pair of rabbits myself - 8 in total would be too much!

Sneezy must be rehomed with:

(No Name) Helicopter eared

  • Age: < 1
  • Breed: Medium
  • Sex: Female
  • Vaccinated: Yes
  • Date Added: 10/08/2018
  • Last Update: 10/08/2018

More Details:

This bunny is one of several abandoned by a tenant when they left a property we own (we were not aware they had any pets).

She is quite nervous and not to keen on being held, she is believed to be under a year old and has been vaccinated (Novibac and Eravac).

These will be rehomed following Rabbit Welfare guidelines and an adoption fee of 160 will be asked for to prevent adoption on a whim (RSPCA were involved in their rescue), this does not begin to cover what we have spent on them. As an ex rescue-volunteer I will also be carrying out a home check.

They are confident with cats and are quite happy to run around with my children (who know not to pick them up). They were wary of my large dog but did not panic.

Although litter trained as there are so many of them they are not perfect so perhaps better suited to an outdoor home. They will need a shed/playhouse type set up although they love to snuggle together they need a lot of space to exercise.

(No Name) Blue-eyed dutch

  • Age: 1
  • Breed: Dutch
  • Sex: Female
  • Vaccinated: Yes
  • Date Added: 10/08/2018
  • Last Update: 10/08/2018

More Details:

This bunny is one of several abandoned by a tenant when they left a property we own (we were not aware they had any pets).

She is quite outgoing and relatively calm when held, she is believed to be over a year old and has been vaccinated (Novibac and Eravac).

These will be rehomed following Rabbit Welfare guidelines and an adoption fee of 160 will be asked for to prevent adoption on a whim (RSPCA were involved in their rescue), this does not begin to cover what we have spent on them. As an ex rescue-volunteer I will also be carrying out a home check.

They are confident with cats and are quite happy to run around with my children (who know not to pick them up). They were wary of my large dog but did not panic.

Although litter trained as there are so many of them they are not perfect so perhaps better suited to an outdoor home. They will need a shed/playhouse type set up although they love to snuggle together they need a lot of space to exercise.

(No Name) B&W

  • Age: < 1
  • Breed: Medium
  • Sex: Female
  • Vaccinated: Yes
  • Date Added: 10/08/2018
  • Last Update: 10/08/2018

More Details:

This bunny is one of several abandoned by a tenant when they left a property we own (we were not aware they had any pets).

She is thought to be the youngest of the bunch, very curious and happy to be held - she will be a real sweetie. She has been vaccinated (Novibac and Eravac).

These will be rehomed following Rabbit Welfare guidelines and an adoption fee of 160 will be asked for to prevent adoption on a whim (RSPCA were involved in their rescue), this does not begin to cover what we have spent on them. As an ex rescue-volunteer I will also be carrying out a home check.

They are confident with cats and are quite happy to run around with my children (who know not to pick them up). They were wary of my large dog but did not panic.

Although litter trained as there are so many of them they are not perfect so perhaps better suited to an outdoor home. They will need a shed/playhouse type set up although they love to snuggle together they need a lot of space to exercise.

How to Adopt this Rabbit

(No Name) B&W is being rehomed by a private individual. For more information please contact:

Caroline
Near Spalding

Tel: 01406364960
Email: caroline@hyden.plus.com
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