- Female and male
- 1 year and 1 y 9 months
- Arrived 7th Jan, 2020
- Boarded at Rode Heath
This amazing pair of bunnies came into our care because the owner had to move and couldn’t them with her to a rented, one-bed apartment, after a relationship breakdown. They have had a very happy enriched life to date. They are very large rabbits and require a lot of space. They are indoor rabbits who have had a whole conservatory to themselves and daily access to a large garden. We are looking for a home with a similar setup. They are fully vaccinated, neutered and microchipped.
Bluebell is very confident, bold and curious and will eagerly investigate new people or environments. She is an affectionate bunny who is full of character.
Bluebell loves to dig, she likes willow balls, cardboard boxes and forage boxes. She likes towels that she can drag around and dig into. She enjoys tunnels though rarely hides and will sit on the window sill or sprawl out on the sofa or floor.
She’s quite happy being picked up or climbing on people. She is used to people and will immediately approach them, though tends to pull on shoes and trousers.
Bosley (originally a gift purchased from a show breeder as he was too ugly to show!) dislikes being handled or picked up. He likes to hide and be warm and feel secure. He loves being groomed by Bluebell – they have a strong bond. He is a very clean bunny and he sometimes sleeps in his tunnels. He likes to play with toys he can throw i.e. sticks in pots, baby teething keys, slinkies and large coconut husk parrot toys are his favourites.
We have lots of detailed information from the previous owner to pass on.
Please note they have never been around other pets or lived with children
Housing requirement is a minimum 6ft shed or 6 x 2 x 2 hutch with a minimum ‘attached’ 10 x 4 x 3ft (height) run or a bespoke spacious set up with ideally the freedom to a secure garden/alternative area for stimulation; exercise, space and enrichment is most important!
Please read this information on suitable accommodation http://rabbitwelfare.co.uk/rabbit-housing/why-hutch-not-enough/
Log no. PR173 7/1/21