Baby rabbits 8 weeks old ready now Netherland Dwarf x Mini Lop

Barry, Vale Of Glamorgan

£40

Pet Information

Advertiser Type: Standard

Advert: For Sale

Age:2 Years 1 Months 24 Days

Pet Breed: Mixed Breed

Ad Expired/Closed

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Pet Description


Mixed Netherland Dwarf (mum) x Mini Lop (dad)
Very tame and have been held since 2 days old.

Born on 7th Feb 2018 and they will be 8 and a half weeks old when they are ready for new homes.
They are indoor rabbits so will need to be kept as indoor pets.
I will not home them with somebody who will keep them locked out in a hutch and then left once the novelty wears off! Or anybody with a tiny cage.
Sorry I know it sounds demanding, but it's my responsibility to make sure they go to homes where they will have great loving homes, be happy and have enriched lives.
Rabbits need a lot of attention and at least 2 hours outside of the cage each day to free roam in the home (one room is enough) or in the garden (if 100% secure). They love to run around playing and jumping. They will chew things until trained so supervised play time is advised.
Not good pets for children under 5, unless with an experienced rabbit owner parent.
Will come with food and a goodie bag and info pack on how to care for rabbits.
Please feel free to contact with any questions or if you would like to come and meet them. Both parents can also been seen.
Price reflects the amount of care that has gone into the babies over the 8 weeks (time, top quality pellets, hay and started on fresh herbs and tiny bits of fresh veg) they have been catered to like royalty :)

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