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Hello, I just joined Paw Talk today and I have a beautiful spayed lop bunny I've been fostering from someone else. She is white with dark grey spotted markings.

She is about 2 yrs. old (guessing), she has been in a few shelters in her short past as well as with the girl I adopted her from one month ago.

She is currently living in a 3 ft. x 2 1/2 ft. pen which was made from cubic grid panels used for shelving (NIC cubes). She is used to a pen that size and is used to exercise out of her pen different times of the day.

She cannot go to a person who will only let her out 1 or 2 hrs. per day and keep her in a pen smaller than the size I mentioned.

Her name is Dolly and she is to be a LIFETIME committment.
She gets unlimited grass hay (we get bales from a farmer but we have numerous animals), 1/4 cup pellets per day and veggies at bedtime. This is HER LIFE right now and I want it to be duplicated as much as possible.

IF there was some reason you couldn't keep her, I will take her back here, don't be afraid to contact me. I do not want her to end up on Kijiji or anywhere else to be sold, given away, etc.

Although we can technically keep her, she's not getting the personal one on one attention she needs. She needs someone who really understands rabbits as she is very nervous and will need much TLC.

Thank you,
critterluv

We are in Warkworth, Ontario (north of Colborne).
 

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Hi and welcome :)

Are there any foster run small animal rescues in your area you can post her in? You can post her in the vets too. I'm obviously not able to take her since I'm in NL and there are plenty here. Good luck!

BTW, why don't you want to keep her? Is she spayed?
 

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Actually that post was a mistake!

Please disregard the post about the spayed bunny up for adoption.

My sister overheard me talking about a lop we want to take in for adoption and mentioned about looking on Paw Talk. She thought she was doing me a favour as she helps out with the bunnies sometimes, mistook what I said as giving 'up' our spotted lop. I've talked to her, believe me!:mad2:

Sorry for any inconvenience as we do not put our animals up for adoption.

critterluv
 
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