Continental giants bucks wanting a loving home. Mum and dad can be seen. £10 deposit to secure baby and ready to leave now. Mums second litter. X7 bucks available. X1 Black and Tan, x1 Black and Tan underbelly, then x5 all black. They will need there vaccinations doing.
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Out of 57 million pets in the UK, eight hundred thousand are rabbits and about seven hundred thousand are guinea pigs. Both animals are famous and have taken spots in the top ten most popular pets. Either a rabbit or cavy can be an ideal pet for the family.
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Neutering/Spaying is a surgical procedure that removes a considerably large part of the animal’s reproductive organ. When rearing bunnies, it is necessary to neuter/spay them so that they can live together in pairs or in groups. The procedure prevents diseases and unwanted pregnancies.