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HuskyWillow
08-01-2011, 12:18 AM
So my rabbit had a surprise litter of babies and I'm looking for people to adopt the babies, they were born May 19th and they're ready to go now, I have 6 males for adoption. NO FEEDERS!! I'm not giving to anyone as a feeder for snakes or people. There's 4 albino males and 2 with colouring. They know how to drink from a bottle, and I feed them Rolling Acre's food you buy from TSC (the purple bag) I have the mother, and father here if you want to see what the parents look like, they were all handled right from birth. I'm asking 10 dollars per rabbit just to make sure they get into good homes. If you plan on buying 2 you're going to have to get them neutered so they don't fight because rabbits are territorial.
http://i1118.photobucket.com/albums/k608/HuskyWillow/SaultSteMarie-20110731-00103.jpg
^one of the coloured maleshttp://i1118.photobucket.com/albums/k608/HuskyWillow/SaultSteMarie-20110731-00100.jpg
^the albino males, 4 of them for adoption
http://i1118.photobucket.com/albums/k608/HuskyWillow/SaultSteMarie-20110731-00104.jpg
^the other coloured male, not so clear but the falsh messed up the pic

Call or text 705-946-9059
or call 705-946-2371, try to do the first number first though.

HuskyWillow
08-01-2011, 12:19 AM
or pm me here if you want.

TNT
08-01-2011, 11:25 AM
Yea you can have my rabbit too if you get one of these, LOL. My 6 yr old (then 3) begged for her and now Im not sure that he realizes she still lives here. Poor Noodles.
We put her outside in an old kennel (with the bottom removed) when its nice out. She loves it out there.
Question for you HW, since you clearly know a thing or two about rabbits, I admittedly DO NOT.....do they have to have they're teeth like trimmed or filed?? We do her nails all the time, but not sure if they are like ginuea (sp) pigs and need thier teeth done? They seem fine, not overgrown or anything, shes 4 now....

HuskyWillow
08-01-2011, 03:16 PM
Believe me, last thing I need is more rabbits lol, they don't need their teeth trimmed or anything professionally, as long as they're not too over grown just feed them the hard parts of letuce, so like the bottom of it, or carrots and all that and it should jsut naturally ware down the teeth. That and the those edible habitats, I've never tried one before though. My grandfather used to use blocks of untreated wood he's screw to the side of the cage and they would just chew on that.

TNT
08-02-2011, 11:08 AM
Thx :)

Bill Nash
08-02-2011, 05:43 PM
Mmmmm, ... rabbit stew, .... I'll take two, ....

A*lil*Loopy
08-02-2011, 06:15 PM
I'm not in the market for bunnies, but will say that they love apple branches for chewing. They are fantastic pets. (my son currently has my rabbit and I just pay support, lol)

HuskyWillow
08-31-2011, 03:15 AM
If anyone wants one, still available $10, I need to find them homes soon before they start to get territorial and fight. Pm or call or text 705.946.9059