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    Lil bun
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    Hello I’ve been looking into getting a bunny I’ve had one before but he got old and sadly passed , their isn’t any bunnies available at the shelters so I did see some at the flea market and i was wondering peoples opinions on that ?


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    tobyluv
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    Rabbits at flea markets are usually sold at too young of an age and frequently have health problems. By buying, a person also encourages the seller to keep breeding and selling. Have you tried going to petfinder.com to see rabbits available in area shelters or rescues? You may have to travel a little outside of your area to find rabbits in rescues. Most if not all rabbits in rescues will already be spayed or neutered which will save you money and trouble. Not all rescues list on Pet Finder. There are some that use other sites, such as adoptapet.com or petharbor.com.


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    Doodler
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    Hi there! I personally wouldn’t buy from a flea market. I agree that it can just encourage sellers to keep breeding and selling. I would also be concerned about health problems. Are these babies or are they older rabbits that people are trying to rehome?


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