Animal Stories - Angora Rabbit


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   These guys are about the softest and cuddliest rabbits we've ever seen!
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charlieee123 - 2011-04-10
How Much Are Angora Rabbits And Where can I buy one from? I cant find one anywhere! (In England)

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  • Charlie Roche - 2011-04-12
    Angora rabits seem to have a big price fluctuation going from $50 to $150. If you are in England, it would be best to find a breeder there. Quarantine laws and shipping can make the most affordable pet totally unaffordable. If you can't find a breeder in England - try another type of rabbit. The Rex people seem to love.
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danille - 2010-10-30
i love BUNNIES!

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Naomi Cariveau - 2009-03-12
What's The Average Price Of An Angora Rabbit?

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  • Roger Rabbit - 2010-07-02
    I live in South Africa and paid 75 South African Rands which adds up to $10 - $15. Food and water isn't a problem. Avoid lettuce, broccoli and all veggies that causes gasses. They don't F@rt!
    My advice: "Buy an Angorian Rabbit ASAP!"
  • Emily - 2010-07-28
    It depends what rabbitry you get it from. When I got my english angora w/ pedigree, I got it for $125. I got mine from lovleys lionheads. If you are in 4-H she might possibly give you a discount.
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yasmin powell - 2007-11-26
I think that this rabbit is so cute, indeed I want one!

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  • Roger Rabbit - 2010-07-02
    Why wait? They cost +/- $15 and basic maintenance is very cheap. They are a pleasure, always. When your happy, sad, angry or just yourself. They can be trained to respond when his/her name is called, potty-trained and lots more. Go buy one ASAP!
    You won't regret it.
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Delphine - 2009-07-01
They are so cute, I used to have one.

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  • Roger Rabbit - 2010-07-02
    Don't take this the wrong way:"If you had a Angora Rabbit as said in your comment then you are suppose to say that you are on your way to the petshop to choose a Rabbit, but you aren't. They are amazing pets as you already know. Get another ASAP!"
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Courtney - 2008-11-12
Rabbits should not be fed twizzlers and oreos!

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  • Roger Rabbit - 2010-07-02
    I agree 100%!Angora Rabbits are small and their maximum adult weight is +/- 3 pounds. They don't fart which makes gassy foods very dangerous. My opinion is: "No Twizzlers, NO Human food!" ;-)
    Thanks a lot for your your concern!
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Emily Skinner - 2008-03-02
I wish I had a rabbit! Everyone is so lucking to have a rabbit that loves you.

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  • Roger Rabbit - 2010-07-02
    Don't wait then! Go to your nearest animal shelter. I got one last Friday.
    They are lovable animals that need owners who care for them. I have 2 dogs
    1 cat and 2 weird parents, that little bundle of joy is what keeps me alive every day. My advice to you: "Get one ASAP!"
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alexandra - 2010-01-05
Twizzlers & Oreos?! Oh dear! Cameos contain sugar as the first ingrediant AND high fructose corn syrup. HFCSyrup is made from genetically modified corn, which the body, at least the human body does not recognize as a real food.

Twizzlers Ingredients: Corn syrup, flour, sugar . . . red dye #40.

I raise French & French/Satin Angoras. They love fresh, organic apples, bananas and small slices of fresh papaya. I only give one of each every few days. Each rabbit has its personal favorite.

If you love your rabbit, and it sounds like you do, please give it the benefit of a long, healthy life, and gift it with treats that will enhance its well being.

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Mulham - 2009-12-06
WoW !!
This animal is pretty cool. I have never heard of it actually, but recently I had to do a research about some animal and I chose this one. Then I went off limits and researched more than for the subject itself... Now I wish I had one, although lazy people like me prefer hamsters because they need no grooming at all!! :-D

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Lisa - 2008-03-01
I will buy an angora bunny!

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