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Post by GB on 13th February 2013, 9:34 pm

My friend who runs a 4H group with her hubby gave me a rabbit that had been left in their rabbit barn with no information or asking or anything, just left Shocked

So I have agreed to sell her for them.

But I have a sneaking feeling if she stays as gentle as she has been so far, she is here for life Rolling Eyes

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The pictures dont show her size, she is a BIG rabbit, easily 8 to 10 pounds. She has matts on her bum due to her very long thick fur but they should clip out alright.

Can you say fall in love? My daughter is over the moon about her Rolling Eyes

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Post by Sparhawk on 14th February 2013, 8:20 pm

GB wrote: She has matts on her bum

Get her to try Andrex, if its good for puppies it'll be good for rabbits, soft strong & very long!!!

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Post by GB on 15th February 2013, 11:41 pm

Sparhawk wrote:
GB wrote: She has matts on her bum

Get her to try Andrex, if its good for puppies it'll be good for rabbits, soft strong & very long!!!

laugh

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