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Little Gregg is one of the cutest baby bunnies you will ever meet. He was born in our care on 10th December, two days after his mum was found roaming stray. Gregg loves being a house rabbit and snuggles up to the radiator pipes, or finds spots on the floor where they are running underneath. He also comes belting to meet you at top speed whenever you go into his room. You could be mistaken for thinking he's only after tasty food you may have, but we believe it's because he loves us really!

Gregg has been handled from a really early age but just like his mum it isn't something he is overly fond of. He would much rather dance around you on the floor and show you what brilliant binkies he can do. Gregg has so far received his combi vaccine and once old enough will receive the RHD2 vaccine too. He is a little mature beyond his age, so he cannot be paired with a female rabbit until he has been neutered in another month or so. For now we are looking for rehome him as a house bunny where he will get plenty of space to roam around. The branch will pay for him to be neutered once old enough.

My personality

  • I prefer to be on my own
  • I need to be kept indoors
  • I could live with children of secondary school age
  • I like treat time and being hand-fed

About Me

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

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RSPCA Manchester & Salford Branch

About Me

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

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