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Blooper

Female Adult Dwarf Blanc de Hotot (mixed)

If you have any questions about Blooper, please contact South Bay Rabbit Rescue at southbayrabbitrescue@gmail.com

South Bay Rabbit Rescue

About Blooper

Adoption Fee: $201.00

Blooper was a stray that was captured by a wonderful couple that cared for her and kept her safe.  Day 31 of her life of riley she gave birth to a litter of kits.  Now they were out of their element and reached out to SBRR for help.  Blooper and her kits joined our family and they thrived.  All of the kits have been adopted and it is not Bloopers turn to find her forever home.

This rabbit is currently not spayed/neutered. Adoption donation includes spay/neuter and micro chip registration to the new pet parent.  Blooper has been vaccinated against the RHDV2 virus.

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Details

Name
Blooper
Age
Adult
Gender
Female
Size
Dwarf
Tattoo
None

South Bay Rabbit Rescue

P O Box 2262 Morgan Hill CA 95038

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