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I have a PURE STANDARD Chocolate Otter Rex litter.
Born September 12th. Ready to leave.
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They have an otter brown/grey lustre to their fur. Their frame is athletic mimicking their mothers; almost hare like.
My rabbits are reared in a clean, quarantined, and protected environment. It's a home/yard/pet situation, totally isolated from any external animals, and I'm not in the business of touching other animals. The rabbits are not interfered with or given any drugs or vaccines unless they absolutely need them.
They are eating high fibre & protein pellets, (Rabbit’s Choice.): Timothy, oat. meadow, and lashings of local hay. Vegetables are added gradually. They are all healthy!
They have the use of spacious runs all day, so therefore, have a spring in their step.
Any questions, please don’t hesitate to ask: I love the craic.
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