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Thinking of adopting her..

Discussion in 'Rabbits' started by srhdufe, Aug 15, 2009.


  1. srhdufe

    srhdufe PetForums VIP

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    I'm thinking of adopting thislittle one and a male to go with her (both neutered!)
    What do you think?
    She's at a rescue centre in Dewsbury.. They ask for a donation but no set price... How much do you think i should give?

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  2. emzybabe

    emzybabe PetForums VIP

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    she looks lovely
     
  3. shezzy

    shezzy PetForums Senior

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    I think you should get her :D She looks lovely, really nice colour :D

    As for donation thats entirly up to you, give what you can afford. Ive always got a bad habbit of just giving my money away when it comes to adoption :p then i have no monies haha :p
     
  4. frags

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    she looks very chilled out and cute.
    if they have nuetered her id say at least £40?
     
  5. crofty

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    Ye for a spayed and vacc doe at least £40 Shes beautiful :)
     
  6. srhdufe

    srhdufe PetForums VIP

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    They said she isn't spayed yet as they only just got her in and want to wait to see if she is pregnant first as if they sent her to be spayed it would kill the babies :( and they dont do that...

    She isn't vaccinated either... I would have to pay to have them done myself..

    So how much do you think?
    (sorry i didnt say all this in the origional post btw :blushing:)
     
  7. emzybabe

    emzybabe PetForums VIP

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    If u feel she has been given the correct care etc then I still feel around the £40 mark is good as if they are keeping her til/if she pops thats a lot of food/care etc
     
  8. Pampered pets

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    Do they not neuter and vacc as routine?

    seems a bit pointless to keep her to see if she is pregnant then rehome her entire????????

    I wouldnt pay £40 for an unneutered and vacc bun if i could get one all done for the same price.
     
  9. srhdufe

    srhdufe PetForums VIP

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    They do usually neuter them but vaccinations are up to the person who adopts :confused1:
    I wouldnt mind paying for the neutering and vaccinations but i dont want to pay £40 for her if i have to pay this on top...

    At the RSPCA in Bradford, the buns cost £14.69 and they are fully vaccinated, neutered and microchipped and they give you 4 weeks free insurance... I may just go there... At least they do a full temperament check beforehand

    http://www.rspca-bradford.org.uk/adoption/fees.html

    http://www.rspca-bradford.org.uk/adoption/
     
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  10. kellyrich

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    She is such a lovely bun too! :p
     
  11. Tink82

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    Awwww she is lovely, same colours as Pepsi too
     
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