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Ronnie is a beautiful super friendly double maned lion lop Buck, he is a lightly coloured harli.
Ronnie is such a happy confident bun! Who loves his tunnels & free roam.
He is super affectionate & craves 1:1 attention.
A 5* home is an absolute must!
I am in no rush to rehome this lovely boy.
Ronnie will need to be neutered, he is a very energetic bunny so he will need plenty of space. Ronnie will make a lovely house bunny.
Photos of the set up are to be sent to check his new home is suitable.
I’m only rehoming this lovely boy due to cutting down on numbers.
A nonrefundable deposit is to be paid to secure him this is to be paid via bank transfer then the remaining amount is to be paid on collection.
Ronnie will leave with some change over food & a goodie bag.
For more info please message me
Serious enquires only!
No time wasters
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