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ALFIE

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If the word scamp is what comes to mind when you look at Alfie then you pretty much have him sussed! Alfie is approx 5 to 6 months old and came into RSPCA care after being left with 3 other rabbits in a box. He was in a sorry state and looked like his fur had been hacked of, but in reality it was more likely due to the 4 males fighting (we separated them all).

Alfie has become one of our favourite personalities in the bunny barn. He always comes running to greet you, desperately hoping you have a tasty morsel to offer. Whilst he isn't a fan of being picked up he does enjoy human company and strokes. He is such a cheeky boy that never fails to bring a smile to our faces, and we are hoping it won't be long until he has charmed you too! Alfie was neutered on 24th Jan and can be bonded with a neutered female in 6 weeks time. He has received his combi and RHD2 vaccinations as well as been microchipped. Please call 0161 882 0680 op 4 to meet our boy!

My personality

  • I may be able to live with a female rabbit
  • I need to be kept indoors
  • I could live with children of primary school age
  • I like treat time and being hand-fed

About Me

Breed: Lion head
Colour: Fawn
Age: 3-6 Months

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RSPCA Manchester & Salford Branch

About Me

Breed: Lion head
Colour: Fawn
Age: 3-6 Months

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