I have a beautiful British giant house rabbit who is looking for a new home.
Poppy is fully litter trained and such a charecter.
I bought Poppy from pets at home in August 2013 and was advised that she was roughly 6 months old when I took her home ( so she will be roughly 2 years old now)
The reason why I am looking for a new home for Poppy is because she seems lonely and I think she would benefit from being paired with a male rabbit or being part of a family that has more time to spend with her.
Poppy has not been spayed.
If you think you can provide a loving home, where she can get lots of cuddles and attention please feel free to contact me.
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