Wanda and Natasha

Name:

Wanda and Natasha

Age:

3 Months Old

Breed:

Lagamorph

Sex:

Female

Colour:

Brown

Description:

We are the adorable Wanda and Natasha and we are a pair of 3 month old sisters looking for our forever home. We aren’t 100% sure on being handled just yet but the staff are working hard with us to make us realise that having cuddles isn’t all that bad. Hopefully, in the near future we won’t be able to get enough of all the cuddles! We would like to have a family who can give us a lovely big house to live in with lots of enrichment for us. Our favourite things to do are search for our yummy veggies every morning and have a good old dig around in our tray full of soil. We get very messy but it’s fun. Due to us not being completely confident with hands at the moment, we think we could live in a home with slightly older children of 6+. If you think we could be the perfect addirion to your home, please come in and fill in an application form. Also please bring in a photo of the hutch and run I will be living in, landlord’s permission to adopt me if you’re living in rented accommodation and a utility bill as proof of address to make the adoption process quick and easy.

 

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