Lost Rabbit Unknown - Other from Breightmet, Bolton Greater Manchester BL2

This lost Unknown - Other Rabbit was last seen around Breightmet, Bolton Greater Manchester BL2

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He went missing on the 19/12/16, he has free roam of the back garden and we have secured the garden so he cannot escape which has worked for the past two years, there is no evidence of a predator but it looks like he could have escaped but it doesn't seem he can fit in the gap, he is quite big. It is a mystery. If you find a rabbit of this description please get in touch, he is a family pet and it is breaking our hearts not knowing where he is and if he is ok.

Grey with hints of brown, dark grey nose, ears and feet, very fluffy. He is a lionhead breed. He also has one nail that grows long on the back right foot.
If found or spotted please call 07848883464

Missing Unknown - Other Rabbits in Breightmet, Bolton
ContactContact Member
Missing since19 Dec 2016
BreedUnknown - Other
Dominant colourGrey
Approx age5-6
Pet Listing ID79134

The following found pets are matches to this lost rabbit, these were listed on the lost rabbit register after this pet has gone missing.

# Possible Found Pet Matches Date Listed
73141Found Rabbit Unknown - Other from Stockport Greater Manchester SK423 Apr 2016

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