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Twitch and June Rabbit Angora Rabbit Dallas, PA
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- Spayed / neutered, special needs. Angoras have special needs as a breed that are above and beyond those of other rabbit breeds. Angoras require more daily care and attention. Twitch's fur gets mats quite easily that need to be blown out, trimmed and brushed and combed out frequently. He will need a confident owner who is prepared for the extra effort. Applications may have an additional screening process.
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Meet Twitch and June
Twitch is an English Angora, though we cannot be certain that he isn't mixed with some other breed. His long locks sure do come in handy when flirting with the ladies - and boy is he a flirt! Twitch has mastered the art of being irresistible, especially if it means treats.
Twitch does require extensive grooming, therefore he needs an experienced bunny parent who is either familiar with the breed or willing to research, learn and put in the extra ongoing effort.
Angoras require extra care and a different diet then most bunnies. Their fluff needs to be blown out, brushed and trimmed frequently. They also need a different variety of pellets. Most buns need timothy hay based pellets, but due to their fluff production angoras need alfalfa pellets. These are often labeled as young rabbit pellets. Alfalfa is higher in protein which helps maintian healthy fluff and healthy weight. These pellets won't hurt June but they might make her chubby; likewise June's pellets won't hurt Twitch but he will be missing important nutrients. This might be one of the only occasions where your bonded pair need extra separate food bowls.
* Indoor Home Only *
Bunnies live an average of 8-10 years, but could live up to 16 or even longer! While they do enjoy gentle pets and head rubs, bunnies generally do not like to be picked up or held as they are prey animals and it can be very scary for them. They also need lots of space to move around, run, binky and play - so no small hutches nor cages. They are social animals who want to be with you and should be accepted as part of the family. They also thrive best in bonded pairs, especially during the hours you are otherwise occupied. They need regular vet appointments just like a dog or cat and should be vaccinated against RHDV2 as soon as it is available in our area. Please do your research before adding any pet to your family. We are happy to answer any questions you may have before and after adoption, as well as assist in helping you decide if a pair of bunnies is right for you.
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Twitch and June
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