Two left - These Cute little ones with delightful temperament are still available. I have been working with them to become acclimated to being held, petted and their cage being cleaned while they are in there (reaching in to the cage while they are in their teaches them there is not harm coming and they are not aggressive towards your hands).
They are young, need special food for young bunny's. lots of Alfalfa hay until 8 months. then you can move to Timothy hay.
They are young so they should not be left with young Children without an adult present.
They will grow to at least 6 pounds.
>>>To get your bunny you will have to meet me within 10 miles of Bethlehem. 18018
1) Please bring pet carrier to take bunny home with you upon pickup
2) You will need to have a cage already setup at home with all the proper food and bedding. The cage needs to be large for the bunny (he/she will be growing).
3) You must be prepared to care for the bunny - it cost's money to take bunny to the vet, and that is a responsibility. sometimes can run from 400 to 1500 for care.
4) You cannot leave the bunny alone for more than 5 hours. If you are going on vacation they must be boarded at a vet (not left with someone who does not understand bunny care).
5) Bunnies must have hay (Western Timothy hay (alfalfa if young) ) at all times, bunnies are not like dogs and cats they MUST have food at all times and fresh water changed two to three times a day. (these bunnies drink from a bowel. you can hang a water bottle as backup but not main drinking.)
6) Bunnies are precarious creatures and need a "Exotic Vet" - Vets that care for rabbits have extra education on treating these types.
7) I would not recommend having a cat if you want a bunny.