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    Warren Veteran chloaster's Avatar
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    Default Anyone missing a couple a buns?

    These two were found in Coventry and handed into my vets. They're lovely buns and if they're yours please get in touch with us and we'll reunite you with them team@fatfluffs.com / 07737 218035




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    Ohh my i wish they were mine, i do hope they find there owners. They are gorgeous!

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    What a pretty pair of bunnies!....hope you find their owners.
    I AM BUNNYMUMMY TO 22 GORGEOUS RABBITS

    Also remembering my beautiful bridge bunnies.xx

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    i hope their owners come foward, they're gorgeous!

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    I don't understand why people don't microchip their buns! It is very normal to get dogs, even cats but not their buns.

    I got Charlie done when I had him neutered. I would hate to think he had no id to get back to me.

    Edit, sorry Im at work I can't see your pics. Im sure they are gorgeous though

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    They can migrate around the body and cause problems. That's personally why I don't do mine.

    I hope you find their owners, if not, erm 'they're mine!' Can I have them 'back'?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sky-O View Post
    I hope you find their owners, if not, erm 'they're mine!' Can I have them 'back'?
    Haha, they can't be yours because they're mine. I just can't believe they bunny hopped all the way from Essex to Coventry.

    Best of luck with tracing the owners, they're beautiful.

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    They are beautiful, I hope their owners come forward.
    Sallyx

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    they're stunners!

    I'm so bunny-broody at the moment!!

    when you say the micro chips can float and cause probs, is this the same for cats?

    thanks!
    Bridge Buns: Boo (16.10.08 ), Poppy (29.07.09), Angel (06.07.10), Lily (27.09.10), Roxy (01.09.12) & Bella (06.09.13)
    Gone but never forgotten and always loved

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    OMG What GORGEOUS bunnies x

    13/4/11 - Binky free Roo ... always loved & never forgotten xxx
    16/5/11 - Binky free Trix ... our little princess xxx

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