|Breed: Angora||Age: 2 months (approx)||Sex: Female|
Lola gets away with mischief for two reasons: one because she is so darn cute and two because she is incredibly friendly. Lola is an angora lop who we estimate was born around 18th March and came from a somewhere that was breeding rabbits that were living in poor conditions.
Lola adores attention and will quickly ascend on you for a tickle when you go into the pen. She will sit for strokes long after you’ve had enough and is just so hapy to be with you. Lola has an inquisitive side to her that sees her forever looking at ways to leap upwards! She”s not trying to escape, she is simly exploring. We are carefuly to keep boxes and leaping ledges away from perimeters because we’ve seen sitting on a windowsill a few times!
Lola is a wonderful combination of explorer bunny and loving bunny. She will fit into any home she is so confident and at ease around people. With her being angora she will need to be housed indoors (unless you have a special outdoor set up for long-coated rabbits) and groomed daily. We appreciate that having an angora rabbit is a big commitment so we are keen to hear from anyone, even further afield, who is able to meet the needs of this breed. In return you will be rewarded with a lovely cheeky lady.
Lola has had her first vaccination for myxo and RHD1. When old enough the branch will fund the RHD2 vaccination and cost of neutering (up to £100). She can paired with a neutered male now of live with her sister Dora. If you can offer her a home then please get in touch.
Come and meet me! Contact the branch:
RSPCA Manchester & Salford
0161 882 0680 (option 4)
RSPCA Manchester and Salford Branch
565 Wilbraham Road
Tel: 0161 882 0680
Registered Charity Number: 232255
Please note that animals are not kept at this address