Purebred English Angora bunnies to pet loving homes or to wool spinner homes/ breeders , will be ready to be picked up or Transport by end of August - mid September
Rare blue eyed purebred English Angora, extremely rare in Australia but you could be the one who own them
More photos as they progress can be viewed on our instagram or Facebook page
All our bunnies have done their health checked, regular vet visits and fully vaccinated
Our bunnies have friendly temperament, the sweetest temperament ever, not afraid of humans interactions, well handled, well behaved, love cuddles,trained to be familiar with grooming ,suitable for a family with young children, preferably living indoor and play outdoor in secured yard
Fee starts from $150 above, includes transitional food, birth certificate, caresheet, wormed mite mange treated, first vaccination, litter trained, ongoing support for the rest of their life

We put lots of work, love, care and resources towards their upbringing they will only go to excellent homes Our bunnies are suitable for indoor pets and companion pets, they act like a small puppy and will follow you around. As long haired rabbits, they need to be brushed regularly and get a haircut when the weather gets warm, we will show you how to do it
Contact us on Instagram or Facebook or email us for more information and to view their cute photos and videos
Located in Earlwood NSW but we work with transport to be delivered interstate within Australia by road or airfare transport at your cost

Breeder Questionnaire

Question. Are you currently a member of an approved rabbit show/hopping club? If yes, which one/s?
Rebs nsw
Question. Do you health test appropriately? Eg:- no discharge from eyes, nose, mouth, ears, bottom area, active, eating, and drinking well and healthy.?
Question. Do you take all precautions to reduce the risk of contraction of calicci virus and/or myxomatosis eg:- fly wired all hutches, minimising the risk of mosquitoes and insects into your rabbitry?
Question. Do you lice/mite/worm/flea treat and trim nails of all rabbits before selling?
Question. Do you sell your babies at 8 weeks and over as recommended?
Question. Do you offer a care information sheet and ongoing support to new owners?
Question. Do you assist the buyer with re-homing an animal that was purchased from you if they are unable to keep it?
Question. Do you discuss care, desexing, housing issues when selling your rabbits?
Health Tested
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