|Breed: Rex||Age: 3 months (approx)||Sex: Male|
Jim came into our care 4 weeks ago at 8 weeks of age. He was missing fur all over his body and had bite marks on him. He had been housed with his brother and mother, who was already pregnant again. The conditions were cramped so it was no wonder they weren’t getting on so well. Jim came from a breeder who could not sell him due to the pandemic, his gender and his looks.
Jim is a rex rabbit with a coat of velvet. He was a shy boy initially but our volunteer socilaisiers have helped him realise his potential and the Jim we know today is a very happy boy. He is incredibly friendly, clambers all over us when we sit on the floor and generally likes people to hang out with. Being a young boy he doesn’t sit still for fusses for long, but does enjoy them when he is in the mood.The way to Jim’s heart is through food. He just loves his grub and is happy to take food from our hands. As soon as we enter his pen in the morning Jim is raring to go for a run, he is confident and cheeky, just like a baby bunny should be!
Jim is not yet ready to be neutered but the branch will pay up to £100 towards the cost when he is ready. He has received the new ‘triple’ vaccine that covers VHD1, VHD2 and myxomatosis for 12 months, he will also be microchipped before he leaves our care. Jim cannot be paired with a female until he has been neutered and his hormones have settled. He is looking to be cared for indoors so he can continue to receive the socialising and attention he has become so fond of. If you can offer him a home please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Come and meet me! Contact the branch:
RSPCA Manchester & Salford
RSPCA Manchester and Salford Branch
565 Wilbraham Road
Registered Charity Number: 232255
Please note that animals are not kept at this address