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Angora Baby Bunny- boy 1 - $60 (Dexter)

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condition: new
make / manufacturer: Angora
model name / number: Rabbit
size / dimensions: Baby
Introducing the latest and greatest from Friendsy Farm….. Cream the Frosted Pearl English Angora Buckling!
(See other post for his brother Sugar, available together for $100)
Born April 26, 2024 to mama Mopsie (Frosted Pearl English Angora) and papa Chewy (Chestnut Agouti English Angora with white face stripe), this sweet little muffin is ready to go to a Fiber Home.
He has glacial blue eyes and a sweet, happy-go-lucky personality. He loves to have a little hop around and show off his Binkies!
He is close to if not litterbox trained, very smart little bunny.
Intact so must be housed without other rabbits or neutered. He currently lives in an indoor hutch & comes out for daily hops, but could be housed in an insulated barn hutch or free roam in the home.
Pictured currently and as a baby with his siblings. The other pictures are of his parents (on site) for an idea how big he should grow to be. He should top out around 5 pounds full grown.
Also pictured is a neck cowel I made using my handspun angora yarn, I’m pointing to his mama’s yarn, and slippers/booties I Wet Felted with all natural angora. The fiber is amazingly versatile to work with and the bunny is a dream to work with!
He comes with his pedigree and whatever baby wool I’ve combed off him so far.
Grooming is a must. Combing, slicker brushing, bunny blower, gentle pulling… the wool must be collected as it molts or it will mat. I love to sit and brush my bunnies, and I brush them… a lot.
I’m happy to answer your questions!

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