Derby and Ginger are two male rabbits that arrived at the shelter as their owners could no longer care for them. We would like them to be re homed as a pair as they are bonded. They are very active and energetic rabbits so they would need a large enclosure so they can get plenty of exercise. They are friendly rabbits and they do like a fuss and would be suitable to go with older children.
If you would be interested in taking Derby and Ginger on please get in touch for more information
Like larger pets rabbits require plenty of love and attention too.
Please be sure to do your research before adopting a rabbit as it is important to consider how much time and space rabbit needs as well as ensuring you have the right accommodation and location for that accommodation.
Rabbits are a popular choice for many families with an estimated 1.5 million rabbits kept as pets in the UK [PDSA Animal Wellbeing Report 2016]. And its no surprise as rabbits are highly intelligent, inquisitive animals. Owning rabbits can be extremely rewarding.
Rabbits come in a variety of breeds, shapes and sizes and each bunny has there own unique personality. Typically theyll live for 8 - 12 years, but some may live for longer so careful consideration is needed before adopting one.
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Age: 4 years 9 months. Breed: Dutch Colour: Black and White Sex: Female Coat: Domestic Short hair Size: Medium
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