Rescued from someone who no longer had time for him due to new circumstances. Was told by previous owner that he is about 1 year old. He is very friendly once settled in. Very playful and loves a good run around. £40 for rabbit only. Or £80 for him, indoor cage and all accessories needed for him. Bowls bottle hay.
Collection march Cambridgeshire pe15
May possibly deliver at extra cost depending on distance.
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