Dutch rabbits available (mixed litter)

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Key Facts

Pet Type: Rabbits
Pet Breed: Dutch
Advertiser Type: Private Seller
Pet's Age: 5 months 9 days
Published on: 12 February 2022
Modified on: 12 February 2022
Location: Poole

Advert Details

Dutch rabbits available!

Born 25th January 2022 so can leave at 8 weeks on the 8th March.

Used to children and other animals
being held by myself and children.
used to being inside and outside cages.

- eating well
- drinking
- happy
- healthy
- playful
- litter trained (cat litter tray with sawdust)

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