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Poppy is a very pretty white/harlequin mix Dutch rabbit.  She has been neutered, vaccinated (filavac & nobivac) & micro-chipped & is now looking  for a neutered male rabbit as a companion.


We estimated that she is between 1-2 years old. 


Poppy is quite timid, so will need a quiet home where she can settle & gain her confidence.


We have tried to bond Poppy with 3 different neutered male rabbits & she is proving to be very territorial.  Therefore, we are now looking to rehome her on her own as a house rabbit.  Poppy's new owner will need to be at home with her for most of the day - she could be left on her own for a maximum of 4-5 hours, but no longer. 


Why I'm special

I've been in rescue since January 2018 & my fosterers have tried to find me a companion, but it hasn't worked out.  They are now looking to find me a home as an indoor bunny, but I need to be with a human who is at home most of the day to keep me company.  I am also a little nervous, so need to be the only pet preferably in an adult only household. 

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'm independent - I like my own space

About Me

Breed: Dutch
Colour: White/Mix
Age: 1 Year (approx)
Ref: 763

About Me

Breed: Dutch
Colour: White/Mix
Age: 1 Year (approx)
Ref: 763
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