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Harrison is a charming black and white Dutch bunny boy around 4 to 5 months of age. He has a larger then life personality and has embraced his new lifestyle with us with gusto!

When an National RSPCA officer responded to a call about rabbits being kept in poor condition on an allotment they could barely believe their eyes. Harrison was being kept like a battery chicken in a box barely bigger than an A4 piece of paper. He was one of a number of rabbits being bred on an allotment so the owner could make money from their sale. Harrison's life wasn't worth living and when liberated he was found to be underweight and lacking in muscle tone.

Fast-forward several weeks and he's now a very happy, healthy, bouncing baby boy! Harrison is a favourite of ours in the bunny barn; he's just so content and friendly. From the day we met him his personality shone through and he has just continued to grow in confidence. Currently his favourite pastime seems to be chinning absolutely everything!

Harrison was neutered on 28th February and is ready for adoption now. However, if you are looking to pair him with a lonely female bunny his hormones won't be settled for another month or so yet so bonding can commence early April. He has also received both the combi and the Rhd2 vaccines and been microchipped. He will be suitable to live either indoors or out and be happy to live with a family where any children are aged 5 and over. Please call 0161 882 0680 option 4 or email to meet him!

My personality

  • I may be able to live with a female rabbit
  • I'd be happy living indoors if you give me lots to do
  • I could live with children of primary school age
  • I like treat time and being hand-fed

About Me

Breed: Dutch
Colour: Black and white
Age: 3-6 Months

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RSPCA Manchester & Salford Branch

About Me

Breed: Dutch
Colour: Black and white
Age: 3-6 Months

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