Wallie

Posted by Jon in Rehomed on Sunday 05/06/2016 19:39 +01:00.

Wallie

Rehomed 🙂

Description: Hello my name is Wallie. I’m around 8 months old and still have a lot of growing to do! I am a boy, white with beautiful red eyes and am a continental giant.

About me: I arrived at the centre on the 29/5/14 with my brother, Twix and my sister, Blackberry. We were unwanted pets.

Temperament: I am quite shy of strangers and take a while to warm up to people. Due to my big size I really don’t like to be cuddled. However I am one for sitting on your lap! I love to play with my toys- throwing them around the pen and have a keen liking for dandelions!

General Health: I am in good health, castrated and up to date with my vaccinations.

Type Of Home Wanted: I need someone who can accommodate my rather large size! I would suit an older child, teenager or above. I need someone who is willing to teach me how to trust. I also need some bunny for company – a wifebun will do nicely!

Adoption Fee: We ask for a minimal donation of £55 which helps to cover the cost of neutering, vaccinating and housing costs for Wallie.

If you think you can offer Wallie a furever home please do not hesitate to contact us with the details below. We are not open to public and viewings are by appointment only.

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For the welfare of the rabbit we ask to do a home check or if you live far ( out of 15 mile radius from NG16 5AX) to see photo evidence of your set up. What we look for is sufficient space. At minimum a hutch at 6ft x 2ft x 2ft with an attached run of 6ft squared. That the accommodation is fox proof, that the rabbit has a partner and that you’ll be able to provide for the animal.

We appreciate how nerve wracking it can be bonding rabbits. Though we do advise you do your homework we are always happy to offer advice. If your rabbit is bonding to one of our own we do offer speed dating. This is where, depending on availablity of space, you can bring your rabbit in to be bonded to one if our own under the eye and experience of our staff.

Thanks for viewing! :3

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