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I have three lovely Lop ear rabbits for sale ,. They have had a wonderful life so far , they love to go out in open space and be free roaming rabbits. Very happy and lovable , each morning they run freely across the garden and jump in the air and kick there back legs (Would hate for them to be cooped up in a cage all day or even not have garden access)By day they only go in a hutch at night.
I have floppy a male white rabbit of 9 months old, Pepper and Marshall, brother n sister rabbits of 1 year old . Ideally would like them to go as a three but could sell brother and sister as a pair .
Only reason for selling is that the children don’t sadly show an interest in them and also I don’t have time to sit and pet them. Just really want them to go somewhere they can be loved, and have garden access too .
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