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    Hi Welcome to the forum Good luck choosing some bunnies x

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheThreeB's View Post
    Hi Welcome to the forum Good luck choosing some bunnies x
    Thank you, everyone has been so nice and welcoming it's very refreshing. I'm so excited


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    Have a look at Fat Fluffs or RSPCA Walsall. Both great bunny rescues xx

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    Quote Originally Posted by bunslave View Post
    Have a look at Fat Fluffs or RSPCA Walsall. Both great bunny rescues xx
    Thanks I'll give them a look


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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlotte073 View Post
    Thanks I'll give them a look


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    I am adopting two from Walsall this week they've been really good so far!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chrisrules334 View Post
    I am adopting two from Walsall this week they've been really good so far!
    I've been looking in areas close to myself and seem to be a little out of luck as I can't drive myself. I am hoping to rescue over just going to pets @ home or a breeder though


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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlotte073 View Post
    I've been looking in areas close to myself and seem to be a little out of luck as I can't drive myself. I am hoping to rescue over just going to pets @ home or a breeder though


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    Maybe someone could give you a lift to a Rescue?

    I wouldn't buy from a breeder either. I would consider those rabbits up for adoption in Pets@Home though ...

    BTW - you're exceptionally good at multiple quoting

    After all these years I still haven't worked out how to do it

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    Quote Originally Posted by MightyMax View Post
    Maybe someone could give you a lift to a Rescue?

    I wouldn't buy from a breeder either. I would consider those rabbits up for adoption in Pets@Home though ...

    BTW - you're exceptionally good at multiple quoting

    After all these years I still haven't worked out how to do it
    My partner is hopefully going to pass his test on the 31st of this month (due to my mental illness and benefits it's taken us a very long time to get established with this sort of thing) which im finding really exciting so perhaps we could wait until then.

    Although we have a pets@home just around the corner that my mum would help me with, and I will admit to having looked at the little ones more than once.

    I actually haven't worked out an easy way to do the multiple quotes properly yet on mobile I just copy and paste until I have them all haha.


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    It can be just as hard to find a good breeder as it is to find a good rescue IME, sadly. I'd like to go to either one - I don't think there's anything wrong with a good breeder - but I don't drive either so it's a bit tricky.

    Free ads are a good way to rescue bunnies needing homes as well, though maybe not quite as convenient as a rescue in terms of them being already neutered, health checked etc

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    Quote Originally Posted by William View Post
    It can be just as hard to find a good breeder as it is to find a good rescue IME, sadly. I'd like to go to either one - I don't think there's anything wrong with a good breeder - but I don't drive either so it's a bit tricky.

    Free ads are a good way to rescue bunnies needing homes as well, though maybe not quite as convenient as a rescue in terms of them being already neutered, health checked etc

    They are, yes. But you can't take them back if they don't bond or you can't cope with them, as you can with a rescue

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