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Lop Eared

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A little bit about me

Application only
In foster
  • 4 years old
  • Female
  • Animal ID: 260501
  • Desexed
  • Medium size
  • Adoption Fee: $65

Hi, I'm the lovely Xena,

I am a sweet bunny who is full of curiosity. I think everything is fun, interesting and meant for exploring, I also like to run around if you give me the chance.

A home with lots of boxes and enrichment, and of course, bunny treats would be perfect for me. I loooove food, especially my fresh veggies. I'd even love a little garden patch of my own.

I am a cheeky girl who loves attention, so if you think you have a room and love for me, please pop in an application today!

Love, Xena xoxo

Suitability Guide

No Children Under 14 - Excitable
Health Disclaimer
Adoption Application

My health has been checked.

My vaccinations are up to date.

My worming is up to date.

I have been desexed.

I have been microchipped.

Animal Identification: 260501

Microchip Number: 941000027387465

Other Identification: d/s and m/c tatts done at AWL

The Adoption Process

Cats - If you wish to adopt a cat (who is not adopt by application), you are welcome to visit our Wingfield location between 10am and 3pm, Tuesday to Sunday, or our Edinburgh North location between 10am and 3pm, Thursday to Sunday.

Dogs - If you wish to adopt a dog, you must complete the application form first and if your application is successful you will be contacted by an AWL staff member and proceed to the next steps of your adoption journey.

Please note we no longer do walk throughs of cats or dogs in order to provide a calmer environment for them.

Once you have met an animal you would like to adopt, you can take them home the same day as all AWL animals are desexed, microchipped, vaccinated and health checked ready for their new home (yes, even the kittens and puppies!)

Learn more about the adoption process