giving away two rabbits. Ottawa, CA

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giving away two rabbits. Ottawa, CA

Post by Frank Deh » Wed, 16 Dec 1998 04:00:00



Giving away two rabbits in Ottawa, CA.
One dwarf rabbit, one "regular" rabbit. Both in very good health.
With cages and stuff included...


 
 
 

giving away two rabbits. Ottawa, CA

Post by David and Carol Doughert » Wed, 16 Dec 1998 04:00:00


I live in Ottawa. Can i ask why you are giving them away?

Shannon

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> Giving away two rabbits in Ottawa, CA.
> One dwarf rabbit, one "regular" rabbit. Both in very good health.
> With cages and stuff included...



 
 
 

giving away two rabbits. Ottawa, CA

Post by MoxShorP » Wed, 16 Dec 1998 04:00:00


Please charge a small fee for your bunnies.   A fee of perhaps twenty dollars
for each would be good because you are including the cages, etc.  Charging a
fee will help to keep away people who only want to use your bunny as a
feeder(feeders are around two to ten dollars from what I have heard), or for
dinner.  Unfortunately, this happens all too often.  So the advice the shelter
I do work at is  is to charge a nominal fee to weed these people out.  People
who really care about your bunnies will not mind paying a fee.
I'm sorry you must find new homes for your bunnies.  
Good luck.
Kris
 
 
 

giving away two rabbits. Ottawa, CA

Post by pip.. » Fri, 18 Dec 1998 04:00:00


Isn't it disgusting that people who regard rabbits this way would
actually consider pet rabbits fair game?  To pretend they will adopt
the rabbit and give it a good home when they mean it ill?  It's bad
enough what people do to critters, but then to knowingly decieve a bun
lover this way?  Makes me Sick.


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>Please charge a small fee for your bunnies.   A fee of perhaps twenty dollars
>for each would be good because you are including the cages, etc.  Charging a
>fee will help to keep away people who only want to use your bunny as a
>feeder(feeders are around two to ten dollars from what I have heard), or for
>dinner.  Unfortunately, this happens all too often.  So the advice the shelter
>I do work at is  is to charge a nominal fee to weed these people out.  People
>who really care about your bunnies will not mind paying a fee.
>I'm sorry you must find new homes for your bunnies.  
>Good luck.
>Kris

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