**reserve Only** Blue Vienna Mark Doe Mini Lop
- 2 years ago
- For Sale
- Mini Lop
Important Please note that this advert has been closed and the pet is no longer available.
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**RESERVE ONLY READY 5TH SEPTEMBER 2013**
HELLO I HAVE
X1 VIENNA MARK BLUE SELF DOE
(mum is a dutch split mini lop, dad is rew mini lionlop both can be seen)
SHE'S BEEN BORN AND BRED OUT DOORS AND IN A LARGE FAMILY HOUSE HOLD WITH YOUNG AND OLDER CHILDREN SO HAVE EXCELLENT NATURED RABBITS...
THEY WILL LEAVE MY CARE FULLY WORMED WITH PANACUR AND IVERMEC AND NAILS TRIMMED IF NEEDED AND ALSO A WEEKS SUPPLY OF FOOD..
I DO ASK FOR A MINIMUM OF £10 NON REFUNDABLE DEPOSIT AS THIS PREVENTS TIME WASTERS FOR MORE INFO/TO ARRANGE A VIEWING AND TO VIEW MY FULLY UP TO DATE FEED BCK PLSE POP OVER TO MY WEBB SITE OR CONTACT ME ON NUMBER PROVIDED BETWEEN 9AM-5PM OR E-MAIL ADDRESS
PLSE BRING A SUITABLE CARRY BOX'S AS I DON'T SUPPLY THESE
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