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    Hi, Iím based in Norwich if anyone can help me... I have 3 male rabbits, all separate as all fight but all healthy happy bunnies. We found the 3rd on a pub carpark, more than likely dumped as itís home was never found. Heís had a check at the vets, heís in perfect health, young but not sure exactly how old. We agreed to foster him until a suitable home could be found, obviously have fallen in love with him heís absolutely gorgeous & such a cutie but we cannot keep him. Iím only permitted by my housing association to have 2 rabbits, Iíve asked but theyíve said a definite no. Here is my issue. I donít want to advertise him for sale as he could just end up in the wrong hands. Iím reluctant to hand him to a rescue as they are crammed full & with him being that apparent Ďboringí wild colour, Iíve been told he wonít home easily & could be sitting there months even years. He is such a friendly little chap I want to find him somewhere with someone that wonít just keep him stuck in a hutch as he has so much freedom here but is always seeking more. He is an escape artist & can easily jump a 4ft fence with no problems. He loves company but prefers humans. He is not neutered. I believe the vet vaccinated him but I havenít been given a vaccination card. Heíd do so well in a large enclosure to roam freely as he pleases as he constantly seeks out free space & is incredibly cheeky & playful. I am gutted he cannot stay with me. If anyone can rehome him in an environment where his needs are met or if anyone can point me in the right direction to somebody that could help find him the perfect home Iíd be eternally grateful. Thankyou for reading x

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jen78 View Post
    Hi, Iím based in Norwich if anyone can help me... I have 3 male rabbits, all separate as all fight but all healthy happy bunnies. We found the 3rd on a pub carpark, more than likely dumped as itís home was never found. Heís had a check at the vets, heís in perfect health, young but not sure exactly how old. We agreed to foster him until a suitable home could be found, obviously have fallen in love with him heís absolutely gorgeous & such a cutie but we cannot keep him. Iím only permitted by my housing association to have 2 rabbits, Iíve asked but theyíve said a definite no. Here is my issue. I donít want to advertise him for sale as he could just end up in the wrong hands. Iím reluctant to hand him to a rescue as they are crammed full & with him being that apparent Ďboringí wild colour, Iíve been told he wonít home easily & could be sitting there months even years. He is such a friendly little chap I want to find him somewhere with someone that wonít just keep him stuck in a hutch as he has so much freedom here but is always seeking more. He is an escape artist & can easily jump a 4ft fence with no problems. He loves company but prefers humans. He is not neutered. I believe the vet vaccinated him but I havenít been given a vaccination card. Heíd do so well in a large enclosure to roam freely as he pleases as he constantly seeks out free space & is incredibly cheeky & playful. I am gutted he cannot stay with me. If anyone can rehome him in an environment where his needs are met or if anyone can point me in the right direction to somebody that could help find him the perfect home Iíd be eternally grateful. Thankyou for reading x
    A photo of him might help I know what you mean about his colour, but some people, including me, find agouti colouring quite beautiful. I hope you find a good home for him as he sounds adorable

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    Quote Originally Posted by Omi View Post
    A photo of him might help I know what you mean about his colour, but some people, including me, find agouti colouring quite beautiful. I hope you find a good home for him as he sounds adorable
    Yes, I’m sure a photo would help I also love agouti bunnies

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    He sounds a lovely little bunny. I really like Agouti: I had a half-wildie I hand-reared and have had a soft spot for them ever since. Unfortunately I am not in a position to take on a rabbit, I only wish I could.

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