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Free...and mean! - FOUND A HOME

Discussion in 'Other Pets & Livestock' started by IcarusSomnio, Jul 15, 2010.

  1. IcarusSomnio

    IcarusSomnio Songster

    Apr 27, 2010
    Vernon County, MO
    EDIT!! She has found a good home [​IMG]

    I posted her on the rabbit forum (can't wait to get ripped a new one) and I figured I'd try her here too.

    Copy and pasting my original post. I'm so lazy [​IMG]

    Will attack and try to kill other rabbits
    Wool block requires high fiber diet.
    Wool eating issue, needs to be kept clipped.
    Not very friendly/cuddly.
    Not spayed
    Doesn't fatten up very well.

    Does okay with chickens.

    She's a Broken Agouti doe. About 3 1/2 now. I've had her for roughly six months, bought her at auction as a three year old for $20. No papers or registration of any kind. When I bought her she had hock sores and a bad case of fur mites. I've cleared up both, but her ears are forever funny feeling.

    She's had two litters with me, one aborted (duel pregnancy) then the next she had a litter of 8. One was a stillborn. She dropped two on the wire, then a good four hours later had the rest (including stillborn) in the nest box in a huge gush of blood. Didn't lactate enough to feed one.

    She hasn't been bred since then. I've had to keep her in the chicken tractor for lack of cage space. I've tried to introduce her to new rabbits and she mauls them, young, old, any gender. So! This is a one-bunny home only kinda deal.

    She is free to the RIGHT home. I would like to see her go to someone who can spend more time with her. Maybe even keep her as an inside rabbit.

    I'm located in Missouri, about an hour from Joplin. You can PM me IF YOUR INTERESTED IN THE RABBIT. She's mean, she's unpleasant, and it's difficult keeping her completely alone. So, I'm hoping to find someplace better for her. If I can't, she'll stay with me and keep the chickens company.

    Getting pictures of her soon-ish. She's due for another clipping, so I'll probably just snap a few after I trim her again.
    Last edited: Jul 15, 2010
  2. dbunni

    dbunni Songster

    Nov 15, 2009
    Are we to guess what breed your attack bunny is????

    My guess would be Angora ...
  3. IcarusSomnio

    IcarusSomnio Songster

    Apr 27, 2010
    Vernon County, MO
    Quote:Sorry about that [​IMG] She is (or was, I should say) an Angora.

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