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    hello

    I was wondering if anyone coud help at all, i have 2 rabbits that i love with all my heart. They live out side at the moment and are quite happy the only problem is im moving and i will no longer have out side space.
    At the moment they have an open run in the garden that they have all day unill night fall and then i put them back into the hutch for food and rest.
    I wonder if i need to rehome or can i house train. Im not sure i will have the space for this as i have a dog but they get on quite well as tallulah is bigger than my dog lol!
    Oh i really dont want to give them up but if its best for them then i will.

    Any help or advice would be good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by timmy and tallulah View Post
    hello

    I was wondering if anyone coud help at all, i have 2 rabbits that i love with all my heart. They live out side at the moment and are quite happy the only problem is im moving and i will no longer have out side space.
    At the moment they have an open run in the garden that they have all day unill night fall and then i put them back into the hutch for food and rest.
    I wonder if i need to rehome or can i house train. Im not sure i will have the space for this as i have a dog but they get on quite well as tallulah is bigger than my dog lol!
    Oh i really dont want to give them up but if its best for them then i will.

    Any help or advice would be good.

    Timmy and tallulah, both done and up to date with shots.
    If your only issues is them not being able to be outside then bring them indoors and have them as house rabbits instead. If you don't have inside or outside space for them then you will be better off trying to rehome them.. but it is difficult to rehome rabbits, especially in pairs.


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    Default Rabbit re-homing - Advice Please?

    I have two rabbits that I am looking to re-home at present and no, the RSPCA Walsall (or anywhere else!) haven't got back to me either! I have e-mailed the administrator (SOAD??) but not yet heard back to get permission to put on here, but think that is the best option for me. Failing that, does anyone know of a good centre in the Stafford area?? Nothing wrong with them - lovely bonded pair, but the kids have lost interest and I just don't have the time to devote to them as I would like. All suggestions greatly appreciated!!

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    Default Advice on Rehoming Your Rabbit

    If you are rehoming your rabbit personally, you will need to check the person you are considering rehoming your rabbit to is a suitable new owner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by michaljohn View Post
    If you are rehoming your rabbit personally, you will need to check the person you are considering rehoming your rabbit to is a suitable new owner.
    why are you repeating someone elses post?
    Last edited by nursecroft; 19-10-2010 at 08:30 AM.


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    Quote Originally Posted by MrsW View Post
    I have two rabbits that I am looking to re-home at present and no, the RSPCA Walsall (or anywhere else!) haven't got back to me either! I have e-mailed the administrator (SOAD??) but not yet heard back to get permission to put on here, but think that is the best option for me. Failing that, does anyone know of a good centre in the Stafford area?? Nothing wrong with them - lovely bonded pair, but the kids have lost interest and I just don't have the time to devote to them as I would like. All suggestions greatly appreciated!!
    If i had a penny for everytime i heard that, you should teach your kids animals are not toys and cannot just be thrown away when they get bored, this is why all these rescues are full of these poor buns.

    You need to pm SOAD with the buns details and pics, she'll put them in the 'in need' section.


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    Hi

    I am not sure whether this is the right place to post this but I just wondered if anyone had another contact number for the Rabbit Residence mentioned on the Rabbit Rehome website based in Royston, Herts. I have filled in the form on their website and emailed from my personal email but have had no response. Also when I tried calling the mobile on Rebbit Rehome it said this phone is not accepting calls.

    i just want to find another rabbit to bond with my bunny who lost his brother recently.

    Any help appreciated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lovelea View Post
    Hi

    I am not sure whether this is the right place to post this but I just wondered if anyone had another contact number for the Rabbit Residence mentioned on the Rabbit Rehome website based in Royston, Herts. I have filled in the form on their website and emailed from my personal email but have had no response. Also when I tried calling the mobile on Rebbit Rehome it said this phone is not accepting calls.

    i just want to find another rabbit to bond with my bunny who lost his brother recently.

    Any help appreciated.
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    Hi,
    Im not sure if this is the correct place to be posting this but I have two bunnies who are a fantastic bonded brother and sister. I would do anything not to have to rehome them but I am emigrating to New Zealand with family.
    They are both neutered and are up to date with needed vaccinations.
    If anyone can offer any advice or suggestions i would be very greatful.

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