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    Hello

    Just wondering if anyone knows of any rabbit rescue centres in Cornwall, as I am only aware of the RSPCA one which is based on the outskirts of Newquay. (The other one listed on rabbit rehome only rehome dogs and cats apparently, I rang them the other day) I'm looking for somewhere which preferably does a bonding service

    Thanks in advance for any replies

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    Not so much Cornwall but Plymouth and a place near me where I got Roly.
    Perhaps I could help with bonding??
    Would be happy to do so.xxx

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    Quote Originally Posted by yvette View Post
    Not so much Cornwall but Plymouth and a place near me where I got Roly.
    Perhaps I could help with bonding??
    Would be happy to do so.xxx
    Thank you very much for offering to help with the bonding, I might have to take you up on the offer! Plymouth isn't too far away from where I am, just up the A30. Basically, Flopsy lives on his own, and has done since I had him over a year ago. I've had him neutered, he's well looked after, he has his own run, and he gets to come in the house a lot too, but his behaviour is terrible! I shouldn't really laugh about it because just this afternoon he's taken a chunk out my finger because I had forgotten to wash my hands after handling one of the other rabbits. I just don't think what I'm giving him is enough anymore, I think a friend would be good for him, but I'm just so worried about him attacking another rabbit, which is why I was hoping I could just drop him off somewhere that does a bonding service and not have to panick everytime he goes near the other bun!

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    I cant think of the name of the place in Plymouth...but Roland came from Ipplepen....near Newton Abbot...just a train station or two away from Plymouth.
    Wherever you get your new bun from, Im happy to help.I had lots of help bonding my 2 pairs (one of which I had to separate due to health reasons, bunnies health, not mine!!)

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    Where are you based?? Iím in Elburton and have 2 male bunnies Iíd like to bond. Not had much success by ourselves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Purplemisspolo View Post
    Where are you based?? I’m in Elburton and have 2 male bunnies I’d like to bond. Not had much success by ourselves.

    This thread is 12 years old. I would start a new thread in the ‘Behaviour and Bonding’ part of the Forum asking for help with Rabbit Bonding in your area


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