Fabulous Mini Lop X Lionlop Kits.

Petersfield, Hampshire


Pet Information

Advertiser Type: Standard

Advert: For Sale

Age:50 Years 6 Months 24 Days

Pet Breed: Mixed Breed

Microchipped: No

Vaccinations: No

Neutered: No

Ad Expired/Closed


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Pet Description

Sapphire presents her five wonderful mini lop x mini lionlop kits. Mum is pure mini lop and Dad is a lionlop. They have a black self, a chocolate otter, a chocolate self, a sooty fawn and one Orange and white split with blue eyes. They will be medium fluffy with ears that will lop fully. Litter trained and very friendly miniature breed kits who are ideal ideal house bunnies. They love to be indoors with the family on the sofa all cosy in a Briar Patch Bunny bed. We are licensed by EHDC and animal welfare approved, thorough tutorial on care and welfare provided plus food and care pack. Prices vary depending on colour. All kits go in pairs for their happiness and welfare, any single kit must live indoors only until partnered with an opposite sex kit. Gender is not clear or guaranteed until 12 weeks old. See my Facebook page The Briar Patch in Petersfield for updates on availability and reviews. Price shown is for the sooty fawn kit.

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