Frieda

desexed, vaccinated, female rabbit

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Frieda was originally saved from a meat farm, where she was destined for slaughter. So, you could say she's already been saved twice, how many lives does this bunny have? The first thing you need to know about Frieda, is that she's a super friendly and loveable big girl. Not fully grown, you need to be prepared for a giant bunny, needing a giant amount of love. All Frieda desires is to get pats all day. Pats beat food, playtime, literally anything. Just pat her and she's all yours, snuggling and pushing her way into you.

Frieda's amazing personality has seen her wiggle her way into a lot of hearts. She isn't exactly "adoptable" as she carries a lot of medical concerns, yet who is going to put that needle into her when she faces you with those big, loving eyes? Well, that's why she came to us. Everyone felt she deserved a chance. Nobody wants to put down a bunny whose life mission is to show you how much she loves you.

Frieda was rescued with weak hind legs. X-rays showed a large kidney stone, which she passed successfully, however she's prone to getting more stones in the future and needs careful attention to diet. We also suspect e.cuniculi, and pasteurella. Bunnies from meat farms are not healthy bunnies. We can not guarantee her health to whoever adopts, she is a high risk bun, but one that will appreciate every moment she can spend with you. Frieda is looking for a very special person to take her on. We all believe she deserves it.

Medical notes Bladder stones, e.cuniculi (suspected), pasteurella

Adoption Process

Frieda is available for $80. Learn about our fees and charges. If you have any enquiries or wish to apply to adopt Frieda, please complete the enquiry form below. If you match Frieda's needs, we will organise a meet'n'greet session.

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  9. Are you renting your accommodation?
  10. If yes, does your landlord allow you to have pets and would you be able to provide evidence?
 

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