desexed, vaccinated, male rabbit

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Rodger is a stunning black and white Rex, with fur like velvet. Sadly, although he's been in the same home for almost 4 years, his family have found their circumstances have changed, so Rodger is looking for a new family. True to breed, Rodger is very *smart*, inquisitive and very loving. He is a free range bunny, however does sleep in an enclosure overnight or he can be a bit destructive, (boring being in the house while the humans sleep, you know.) He can be litter trained, as he was in his previous home, and he loves to sit on the couch and watch tv with you. He's a sociable man, but if the tv isn't on he'll happily find a sunny spot to sit in. Rodger is a perfectionist, so if you leave a shoe or something in the wrong spot, expect him to pick it up and throw it around until he gets your attention.

This very loving boy would be great in a home with older kids, or no kids, but as a rabbit should not be around very young, loud and unpredictable kids. A similar lifestyle to what he has been used to is what we are looking for. As soon as you meet this boy you know he is special, and you could literally pat him all day, he is so soft and luxurious! He would benefit from an owner who is experienced with rexes; he has shown some dominant/territorial behaviour in his foster home, and we're happy to talk to potential families on how to address this.

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Adoption Process

Rodger is available for $130. Learn about our fees and charges. If you have any enquiries or wish to apply to adopt Rodger, please complete the enquiry form below. If you match Rodger's needs, we will organise a meet'n'greet session.

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