Age: 7 months

Sex: Male

Breed: Lop

Rhubarb is full of life and loves exploring and adventuring out in his pen as well as his outside run tucking into tasty treats and dandelions as he goes . He can be a little independent so would prefer a home with older children or adults but after bonding with you his confidence comes out and will come over and say hello especially in the morning.   Rhubarb will need a large hutch to call home with a neutered female for company. As rabbits love to live in bonded pairs or small groups, we do not rehome lone rabbits unless we have deemed it appropriate on welfare grounds.
  Please note that the minimum accommodation size for a pair of rabbits is 3m by 2m by 1m (10ft by 6ft by 3ft or 60sqft). Pictures of the accommodation will be asked for upon application.
  If you have the perfect home for Rhubarb, please email smallanimals@gawa.org.uk.


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