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Victoria39
11-05-2007, 11:25 PM
Just came across this :twisted: :twisted: :evil: :evil:
Feel like jumping in the car and doing a bit of bunny napping :roll:


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Continental giant doe
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Type: Private
Price: £25
Updated: Today

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I have a dark steel pure continental doe looking for a new home. She is 1 year old and has littered once. She makes a great mum and would make a lovely breeding doe but sadly she is grumpy. I'm sure with time spent and maybe the company of another bunny she maybe won round - who knows!

If you can offer her a lovely new home please contact me, i'm in cheshunt hertfordshire (j25 m25)



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Amethyst
12-05-2007, 12:33 PM
I agree it's a shame about the "breeding doe" bit, but this is definitely not the worst freeads I've ever seen. There are many that say "don't want him/her anymore" or "it's aggressive" when really it's just been mistreated. At least they suggest introducing another bunny!

Still, it's a shame about the breeding bit, hopefully she'll just go to someone as a pet.

AMETHYST

Azraelm
12-05-2007, 05:36 PM
You could e-mail them with a link to rabbitrehome and encourage them to list her on there.