mini lop needs experienced owner in London, UK

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  1. Mar 30, 2019 #1

    Charlotteandbetty

    Charlotteandbetty

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    Hi,

    Sadly, my mini lop Betty is too aggressive and I need to rehome her. She is 6 months old, neutered (about 2 weeks ago, healed perfectly). Mostly litter trained. Used to free-roaming on large roof terrace in the daytime, for at least 12 hours a day (with hutch available). Secured inside in double 120cm cage inside at night.

    She can be lovely, can be very aggressive and has bitten me badly about 12 times. Sometimes likes being stroked, sometimes goes crazy - totally depends on the day. Not at all skittish, very very confident.

    Can anyone help? She needs lots of space, love and mostly, experience. Would love for her to be bonded. I'm based in London, but can drive her anywhere in the UK within 2 hours.

    You're welcome to her inside cage / hutch / toys / food / tunnels / everything I have for her. Alternatively, can anyone recommend a rescue / sanctuary / farm where she'll have a nice life? IMG_0583.JPG 9213F5C2-0864-4B26-8755-8B032BD70AE7.jpg E05F30E9-39C5-4BD7-932E-3BFD7CAE0837.jpg IMG_0653.JPG

    THANKS
     
  2. Mar 31, 2019 #2

    Nancy McClelland

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    Our specialty is training problem bunnies to be better citizens, but it would be a heck of a drive to get here. Wish you luck with re-homing as she needs to be taught who the Alpha really is. Our last 2 rescues were biters, not to be confused with nippers--blood and ripped flesh. They both were scheduled for euthanasia but are now very happy bunnies and very well behaved, at least for us.
     
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  3. Apr 12, 2019 #3

    Crazybunnylady27

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    Would be more of a 3 hour drive but I've heard good things about Ferne Sanctuary near Chard.
     

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