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    Quote Originally Posted by Santa View Post
    Can you believe these beautiful girls are still looking for their forever home They're over 2 years old now and are happy and healthy, but no forever home has been forthcoming so far

    Oh Santa, what a shame! I had no idea they were still looking for a home ...

    I hope they get one soon. Do you put your rabbits on Rabbit Rehome as well?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MightyMax View Post
    Do you put your rabbits on Rabbit Rehome as well?
    Yep! They've been on there for nearly 2 years. I've rehomed loads of bunnies via Rabbit Rehome but these two constantly get overlooked They've had people come and meet them, but they always end up falling in love with other rabbits who are more overtly friendly. These two take a bit longer to come out of their shell with new people so they haven't done themselves any favours!
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    Oh i love Rosie's ears!!!! If i could i would have them. My outdoor pair ,also one very cool black bunny, were really shy too. They still are at times but i love them. Shy bunnies give you the best surprise and are so worth the patience. Hope they find an awesome home soon!

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    *bounce* Still no home for these lovely pair Tomorrow they're heading off to Berkshire to board for a while, so if anyone over the West side of London is interested in a beautiful, healthy pair, then that may be possible to arrange as they'll be over that way for an as-yet-unspecified period of time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Santa View Post
    *bounce* Still no home for these lovely pair Tomorrow they're heading off to Berkshire to board for a while, so if anyone over the West side of London is interested in a beautiful, healthy pair, then that may be possible to arrange as they'll be over that way for an as-yet-unspecified period of time.
    I really hope the beautiful ladies will find a forever home soon xx

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    Quote Originally Posted by Santa View Post
    *bounce* Still no home for these lovely pair Tomorrow they're heading off to Berkshire to board for a while, so if anyone over the West side of London is interested in a beautiful, healthy pair, then that may be possible to arrange as they'll be over that way for an as-yet-unspecified period of time.

    I shall certainly let anyone over this side of London know

    I hope all is OK with you?

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    Tickety-boo thanks Juggling lots of stuff at the moment and making a few changes so to reduce stress on the bunnies (and me!) I've fostered a few of the healthy ones out while I concentrate on looking after the various miscreants and poorly ones!
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