Molly

Name: Molly

Age: Adult (Unknown)

Sex: Female

Breed: Lop

Ref number: 3

Personality: 
Meet our darling Miss Molly! She has been a bundle of energy since coming into us as a stray, and can be quite amusing to watch the way she darts around her outdoor enclosure. Molly is often seeking attention from her human friends, but above all would adore the attention of a male bunny companion to make her into a Mrs! A freshly prepared digging tray/box is a favourite activity of Mollys too.
Behaviour:
During Molly’s time here, we noticed how much she loves her food! To keep her brain busy and slow her down we often feed Molly with a puzzle feeder. Molly is great with her puzzles, and on top of this she is carrier trained. This is advised to continue in the new home, and can be demonstrated by the team, but it is not compulsory. At least one meeting with Molly would be required where staff can discuss Molly, her requirements and answer any questions prior to the mixing of both rabbits.
Housing:
Molly can either be an indoor or an outdoor rabbit! This will require either a rabbit-proof room or a large shed with a run permanently attached (minimum sizing of 6ft x 4ft for each). Both accommodations need to be safe environments that allow Molly to display her natural behaviours (such as digging and foraging).
Children/pets:
Molly can live around dogs/cats, but to be kept separately. She can also live with children from the age of 8+. Reasoning for this is despite Molly having a friendly and curious nature, she can get a bit over excited with food and therefore we would advise interactions with children (especially if feeding) to be supervised and guided. 
Vet history:
Molly is neutered, microchipped and fully vaccinated. She has had her teeth checked and has no current medical issues.
Adoption fee:
The adoption fee is £30. If you would like to make an additional donation over and above the adoption fee, this would be hugely appreciated.

Additional information:

We reserve the right to remove a reserve at any stage of the adoption process if we believe it is in the best interest of the rabbit.

Adopters should consider that previous medical conditions will now not be covered by insurance. Adopters are responsible for the on-going medical costs once the animal has been adopted.

Due to the high number of applications we receive daily, regrettably we will only be able to contact the successful applicant.

Please note you have to be 18+ to apply for an animal

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