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Discussion in 'Rabbits' started by srhdufe, Aug 16, 2009.


  1. srhdufe

    srhdufe PetForums VIP

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    I just spoke to the RSPCA in Bradford and they are happy for me to adopt a pair of wabbits...
    I passed the homecheck with flying colours, for adopting and fostering :D :thumbup:

    I reeeeealllly want to adopt either Ginger and Alice or Dusty and Diggory..
    I cant decide between the two pairs :eek:ut: They are all really friendly and happy

    RSPCA Bradford: Small animals for Rehoming

    I will start and foster small animals soon... Inc wabbits, guinea's, hamsters, gerbils etc etc... :D
     
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    shezzy PetForums Senior

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    Congrats !!! :D:D I bet you cant wait to start fostering
    They're all very cute :D I love ginger and alice though they look lovely :D
    x
     
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    Ginger is uber cute!!! I like flopsy, mopsy and cotton tale :001_wub:
     
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    I want them all :001_wub:. Take Ginger and Alice.
     
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    flopsy mopsy and cotton tail are really cute
     
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    Dusty and Diggory!! They are fab! :D
     
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    me two, they are gorgeous!!!
     
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    Aw!! how can you choose?! They all look so sweet!!

    What is fostering btw? Is that looking after them on behalf of the RSPCA until they find homes for them?
     
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    Yes.. Also if any animals are pregnant of have a litter, they like them to go to a foster home so they are away from the stress of the kennels
     
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    thats good news im going to adopt a horse just looking how to go about it all..

    what sort of things did they do when doing the check
     
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    srhdufe PetForums VIP

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    They come and have a nice chat with you... (very informal)
    They had a look around the garden and will tell you if they have any concerns (they do a second visit if they need you to move anything or put a fence anywhere)

    You go and view the animals and they help you decide which is best for you..

    Thats all really... Anymore info you need, just ask :D
     
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    Oh thats a lovely idea! :D
     
  13. Chrysler

    Chrysler PetForums Member

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    Well done, I spoke to the RSPCA fostermum in Lincoln ( who I got Jasper from) couple of days ago and providing we ever get out of this flat, that is something I would like to do.

    As on choice with rabbits, I would take all 4. :blushing:
     
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