I have 5 mini lops looking for their forever homes
2 pure black 3 black with grey and ginger and white bellys
All gaining weight and full of energy..handled daily and around children,cat and dog.
Mum and dad are family pets .mum is all black dad is grey both mini lops and can be seen and cuddled
Feel free to come view
we want them to go to good homes ,we will also have a large lazy bones hutch and run for sale once the baby's have gone ,or could go with baby's if their the last ones
Any questions please send me a message This will be marleys only litter as Bob has been neutered and we do not intend to get any more bunny's.
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