Kipling and Harper

Name: Kipling and Harper

Age: 21 month

Sex: Male and Female

Breed: Mini Rex

Ref number: 34 +35

Kipling is a very friendly, curious and gentle bunny – no surprise that he’s a staff and volunteer favourite! He loves people and can be quite a soppy boy – there are some days when he just wants to lie down and snooze whilst you lavish attention and strokes on him.

He enjoys digging in our outside run area, soaking up the sun on a nice afternoon, demolishing food and gnaw toys, and stimulating his mind in his training sessions.

Harper is a gorgeous and clever girl who is friendly with those she knows well. Now and then she can be a little aloof but we find it best just to give her the space she needs on those days, like we all need sometimes.

She loves running in and out of tunnels, hopping up onto different levels, and figuring out the puzzle feeders that she has her breakfast in.

Kipling unfortunately can be a bit of a bully towards Harper around food and so they will need to be fed separately.

Harper is not quite as confident with handling as Kipling is. This will need to be built up to gradually until she knows you better.

Both Kipling and Harper are litter trained and carrier trained. If you are interested in continuing training in the home, this can be discussed with staff.

They can be housed either indoors, in a large rabbit-proof room, or outdoors, in a large shed with an aviary attached. Sizes can be discussed with staff. 
Children will need to be 6 years or older. This is because Harper sometimes needs space and will need those around her to understand when she is feeling uncomfortable. We would advise children to be supervised during interactions.
Vet history:
Kipling and Harper are both neutered, microchipped and vaccinated, and have had their teeth checked. They currently have no medical issues.
Adoption fee:
The adoption fee is £45. 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 rabbits.

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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