This is lexa she’s 5 months old and a very playful kit the reason for selling is because her mum has rejected her and it’s not fair on her as she doesn’t get enough time out.she will come with her food,bowls,bedding,hutch,litter,harness and toys we are going away on Tuesday so if you can pick her before then we can give her too you for £180 as she’s litter trained she comes from a working bloodline.she is microchipped and I still have mum and dad who can be seen on collection
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