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MO AND JESSIE

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Update: On the 28th of March Mo had to have his left eye removed as it got Glaucoma and he lost his sight, it was a necessary operation as the pressure build up was high and the eyeball would have ruptured. He has recovered really well and as he lost his sight gradually anyway it hasn't affected his mobility at all. What an amazing little trooper!

Mo (white/grey) Male & Jessie (black) Female  5 and 4 years old  Arrived 25th June Location Fostered Macclesfield

Jessie originally came into our care via Greater Manchester Animal Hospital back in 2013. She was bonded and adopted with Mo. The owners have returned Jessie along with Mo because since having children they don’t have the time for them so haven’t had much in the way of attention for a long time. They are neutered and microchipped and have started vaccinations. Jess used to be happy being picked up and fussed when she was originally with us but now she’s described as timid and will hide if at all possible. Mo is more friendly and will allow you to pick him up and cuddle him and he is very inquisitive, so their new owner will have the best of both worlds! Due to Jessie’s timid nature a young child free home is best. Housing requirement is a ‘minimum’ sized 6x2x2ft hutch with a minimum ‘attached’ 8x4ft run plus freedom to a secure garden/alternative area for stimulation. Please watch this video on why we ask for minimum sized hutch/run. This pair of rabbits are quite large so will need more space.


Why I'm special

August 2018 - ONE YEAR AND 3 MONTHS IN OUR CARE, this is why Mo & Jessie are deserve a spot on the special appeals page.

Update: On the 28th of March Mo had to have his left eye removed as it got Glaucoma and he lost his sight, it was a necessary operation as the pressure build up was high and the eyeball would have ruptured. He has recovered really well and as he lost his sight gradually anyway it hasn't affected his mobility at all. What an amazing little trooper!

Jessie originally came into our care via Greater Manchester Animal Hospital back in 2013. She was bonded and adopted with Mo. The owners have returned Jessie along with Mo because since having children they don’t have the time for them so haven’t had much in the way of attention for a long time. They are neutered and microchipped and have started vaccinations. Jess used to be happy being picked up and fussed when she was originally with us but now she’s described as timid and will hide if at all possible. Mo is more friendly and will allow you to pick him up and cuddle him and he is very inquisitive, so their new owner will have the best of both worlds! Due to Jessie’s timid nature a young child free home is best. Housing requirement is a ‘minimum’ sized 6x2x2ft hutch with a minimum ‘attached’ 8x4ft run plus freedom to a secure garden/alternative area for stimulation.

My personality

  • Please adopt me with my friend
  • I need to be able to go outside and explore
  • I'd prefer an adult only household
  • I love to run

About Me

Breed: Crossbreed
Colour: White & Grey
Age: 4 Years (approx)
Ref: 1020 8/10/13

Contact the centre or branch about me:

RSPCA Macclesfield, South East Cheshire & Buxton Branch

01625 669620

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About Me

Breed: Crossbreed
Colour: White & Grey
Age: 4 Years (approx)
Ref: 1020 8/10/13
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