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Looking to Place Dutch Bunnies

February 23, 2009 | By Bellacat3 | 4 comments

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The shelter where I volunteer is having no luck placing two Dutch mixes. Both are young and neutered males with great personalities. They were rescued from a hoarding situation - an apartment with over 69 rabbits! One has spent at least a month in foster care and is greatly improved. He was one angry bunny! Now I am trying to help place them with no luck. Everyone in our area wants either Dwarfs or Lop-ears.
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Bellacat3
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Bellacat3
4 years ago

One of the bunnies found a new home. Lucky Charm is still looking. The search for a new home for Lucky Charm is now in its 5th month. He has greatly improved and will even sit in your lap for pets!

Sweetpea2006
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Sweetpea2006
4 years ago

You might want to play up the advantages of a larger bunny: if children or other animals are involved a larger bunny can cope better than a smaller one since the smaller ones seem to get broken bones easier than the larger ones. Also the Netherland Dwarf, although as cute as can be, is sometimes a loner and doesn't get along with other bunnies well - this can also apply to other pets. Thanks and good luck!

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