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If you have lots of love to give then Alice and Elizabeth are your perfect match. Although their exact breed isn't known, these two beautiful girls have many characteristics of the breed called New Zealand rabbits, particularly their gentle and loving nature. They are very lovingly bonded to each other and can almost always be found pressed cheek to cheek.
Alice (white) and Liz (broken) have had a rocky start to life and haven't always been kept in ideal circumstances and so they are a little shy of humans. Currently living indoors in foster care, they have nevertheless shown that with patience (and yummy treats) you will be rewarded with unbounded excitement to see you, ever-growing trust, and plenty of love and nuzzling.
Alice is the boldest of this darling duo and is always looking out for her slightly more timid sister. Meanwhile Liz has the most stunning black eyes, bold eye liner and beauty spots. Regardless of who is boss, all bets are off if Alice gets hold of a green treat first and a game of chasey always follows. Another favourite game is ring-a-ring-a-rosy when its time for pellets, (see video) and they love to play with jingly toys.
If you can offer a loving home, Alice and Liz would be a rewarding addition to your life. They are very comfortable with other animals, particularly cats. They are also fairly likely to accept other bunnies since they are happy to let their foster brother bunny hang around their pen (no guarantees though!).
♥ Email enquiry (indoor homes only)
♥ Questionnaire - https://www.savingthumpers.com.au/pages/questionnaire ♥ Meet and greet
♥ Trial period of 4 weeks with form to be completed, option to extend if required
♥ Adoption confirmed and adoption fee payable at end of trial period
♥ Microchip signed over to new owners and vet history forwarded via email
♥ Ongoing support
This pet has been adopted and found love with its new family.
The rescue group has removed this pet and it is no longer available for adoption.
The rescue group is no longer taking adoption applications for this pet.