I'm sad to say I have to give my adopted rabbit boy Gary up. He's a beautiful, friendly and confident boy who has been cage free for the 18 months of his life. He never bites, only gently tugs at times for attention, he's very cuddly in the morning and in the evening and while it took time to fully build his trust he's very good with humans and always has been. He was adopted so I don't know his exact birth date or breed, and he has not been neutered but is not aggressive, is relatively good with litter box use (sometimes you find odd droppings outside of it but generally he's good). Ideally looking for a home that can continue to give him the cage free home he deserves or
Hansel is a two year old house bunny and has a little wooden house, an indoor hutch, toys and bowls and a travel hutch too, and he is free to a good home. He has free roam of the kitchen, and likes to lay on blankets. He can be quite nervous if caught off guard, but he is friendly and loves to be stroked and petted and will sit with you on the sofa, especially if you are petting him on the head. He hasn't been in contact with other rabbits since I have had him, but I can't imagine him ever being vicious! He loves his food and gets really excited at the sound of rustling bags! We have nicknamed him 007 because sometimes he looks like his running around on secret missions haha! He has his own little personality. He really likes parsley and kale. He is also litter trained. He runs around and jumps when he is excited especially when he's on carpet, it's hilarious! He hasn't had his injections but I will get them done.