Macclesfield Express - - MACCLESFIELD PEOPLE -

THIS adorable pet is look­ing for a lov­ing home and is cur­rently be­ing fos­tered in Con­gle­ton. For fur­ther de­tails, please read the in­for­ma­tion here: http:// www.rspca-mac­cles­field.­ley-lopcross-rab­bit/ and call 01625 669620 or email us at: smal­l­an­i­mals@ rspca-mac­cles­ uk.

There’s some­thing very ther­a­peu­tic about do­ing noth­ing. This is usu­ally only ob­served at the pool­side on hol­i­day, or for an hour, if we’re lucky, at the week­end.

How­ever, as a GP I must ad­mit that do­ing noth­ing is some­times the best thing we can do. I

Name: Sir Stan­ley.


Male. Breed: Lop-eared-cross rab­bit.

Age: Ap­prox­i­mately three.


Black-and-white. Any health is­sues or other spe­cial needs?: None. What type of home would be suit­able?: Sir Stan­ley came with an­other pair of bonded rab­bits as the owner was un­able to care for them any more. All three were in­door rab­bits. As Stan­ley used to live as a house rab­bit he can be re-homed as such or bonded with a friend to live out­doors. He is very sweet, laid-back and easy to han­dle. He’s not fazed by house­hold noises, such as the vac­uum cleaner and loves his food. Sir Stan­ley will con­fi­dently hop to you when he’s out of his cage, and he is fond of head rub­bing you. He is a bold rab­bit, timid at first, and loves to chew his toys (which is good for his teeth) and throw balls around. He is look­ing to be bonded with a neutered fe­male, but he re­quires a home with­out any dogs, cats or young chil­dren – though he would be fine with teenagers. Hous­ing re­quire­ment is a min­i­mum sized 6x2x2ft hutch and ideally an ‘at­tached’ 6x4ft. run. He is neutered and has been vac­ci­nated and mi­cro-chipped.

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