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Daisy

Daisy

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Daisy

Daisy is a gorgeous girl looking for her second chance, she will be rehomed with her daughter Buttercup. She will make a wonderful pet for a family with children, provided the adults take main responsibility for them. All our rabbits are water bottle trained, they loves their grub, esp fresh grass & leaves. They adores some carrot & apple for treats but their main diet consists of good quality pellets & hay. We carry out extensive handling during rehabilitation and will be able to provide potential adopters with the information needed, advising what type of home, with experience or not, our rabbits need. At the centre they spend their days out in the outdoor run with friends & are housed indoors at night. In their new homes, if they are not house rabbits, outdoors hutches must be secure & predator proof & have access to be moved indoors during freezing temperatures. We rehome rabbits in pairs or to homes with another rabbit for company, once safely introduced. Background: These rabbits were reported to our Cruelty Helpdesk having been left outside by the owner without proper care & attention. Daisy was pregnant when rescued and subsequently gave birth two lovely babies. If you would like to rehome Daisy or any of our other rabbits, please contact the ISPCA on 043 3325035 or email us at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

Daisy is currently in the care of the.. ISPCA National Animal Centre

Derryglogher Lodge, Keenagh, Co. Longford.


Dogs and puppies at the NAC are fully vaccinated, treated for worms and fleas, micro-chipped, neutered (when of age) and come with six weeks free pet insurance. Adoption fee €100. Cats and kittens at the NAC are fully vaccinated, treated for worms and fleas, neutered (when of age), cat-flap and litter-trained, they also come with six weeks free pet insurance. Adoption fee €50. At the NAC all equines are fully vaccinated, micro chipped and passported. Stallions and colts are gelded before rehoming. A donation rather than a set fee is requested.

  Dogs and cats at the NAC are kindly supported by Propac www.propac.ie 

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