John Bishop - a Rabbit in need of rescue in Scotland
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Fairly Beloved Rabbit Care
A Male white Cross Breed who is age 3 years 1 month
Enterprise House, Southbank Business Park
Time In Rescue: 1 week
Neutered?: Neutered, 11/10/2017
Entry Reason: OWNER CIRCUMSTANCES: INCREASED FAMILY COMMITMENTS
Hello! My name is John Bishop. I am a white and grey lop-eared rabbit with a rather trendy hairdo. I like to think I’m rather adorable. I’m quite a character and am a very active bunny. I love nothing more than being able to explore my environment, especially if there are things for me to jump on! I’m not scared of much and am pretty confident in my surroundings. I’ve recently had a few trips to the vets after having my manlihood removed and have been very well behaved when being handled. I love people and like to have head rubs – although I don’t like to sit still for too long! My foster carer has a one year old daughter who likes to chase me around the place – I don’t mind this too much! I even let her stroke/poke me sometimes. They also have a rather excitable puppy – I don’t mind him too much either, as long as he doesn’t get too close! My foster carer tends to keep us separate, but I think if the puppy wasn’t quite so excitable, I would happily roam around with it. I’d give it a run for its money I reckon!
I am a very loving rabbit who is full of character. I am looking for a forever home where I am allowed to roam as much as possible. I am very well house trained, only ever toileting in my litter tray, and I don’t nibble things that I shouldn’t. I would love to have a fellow bunny to hop around with and play as sometimes I do get lonely.
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