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Meet Ace

Meet Ace

Colour/s Black Brown
Sex Male
Age 2 Years 1 Month
Breed Lop Eared
Secondary Breed
Size Small
Animal ID 75893
Microchip Number 991003002598055
Location Sydney Shelter (Kemps Creek)

AWL NSW Rehoming Organisation Number: R251000222

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A Little Bit About Ace

Ace has the most beautiful brown and black coat and unique markings. He arrived as an unclaimed stray all the way from the Central Coast and has been laid back and gentle since the day he arrived.

Ace is an inquisitive and busy rabbit, always keen to see what's happening around him. He has a confident personality, even around dogs (seen in foster where he spent time with puppies and dogs) and enjoys interacting with people. His favourite mealtime is breakfast at 9 am, where he eagerly awaits his bowl of greens. If you're late, Ace will let you know by throwing his hay around and thumping.

It took Ace about a week to trust and become familiar with his foster carer, and now he allows gentle pats on his head. As he gained more trust, he started to enjoy full body pats, especially behind his ears and on his cheeks. Ace loves to eat pellets directly from your hand, showing his growing bond with people.

Ace is a high jumper and loves to be given some freedom outside in the run, where he delights in doing binkies. His favourite foods include pellets, leafy greens, cucumber, red capsicum, carrot, strawberry tops and even Brussel sprouts! He also enjoys playing with his rabbit ball, especially when it has pellets inside that fall out when thrown.

Ace's playful and confident nature, combined with his love for exploring and interacting, makes him a delightful companion. If you're looking for a unique and engaging rabbit to join your family, Ace could be the perfect fit.

Adoption Fee: $50

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1605 Elizabeth Drive, Kemps Creek NSW 2178
(open 10am-3:30pm Mon-Sun)
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