Gorgeous baby mini lion lop rabbits

Dunfermline , Fife


Pet Information

Advertiser Type: Standard

Advert: For Sale

Age:3 Years 22 Days

Pet Breed: Mini Lion Lop

Ad Expired/Closed


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Pet Description

These gorgeous mini lop babies are looking to be reserved for their forever homes. Born the 1st of September and will be ready to leave from the 29th of October. 4 girls and 2 boys. Lovely natured fluffy little bundles of fluff. Pictures are set out in to which sex is what along with a picture of mum and dad. I ask for a non refundable deposit of £20 and the remaining paid when you pick your little one up. I will give some food, so that you can do a change over, gradually and slowly so as not to give the little one an upset tummy. They have all been handled from the day they were born by myself then from 3 weeks with my children and will continue to be held until they leave for there forever homes. They will be around dogs and cats as well.
Please if phoning, no withheld numbers and I don't deliver sorry!
I am a hobby breeder and also have a facebook page where you can join and ask any questions to myself, other owners about my rabbits or me. The page is: Scotland's finest hoppers.
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