Kirsties Frenchie's

Please read Before commiting to buy

Please bring a carry case, or suitable box for your baby bunny. I refuse to let them go from my care without suitable transportation (carry case).These can be bought from any pet shop or pets at home etc, they don't cost a fortune, i think maybe a few pounds.


All my french lops are £35 each unless stated otherwise


If you are buying the bunny for a child in your household please bring you child with you when you view the bunny.

I will not sell to anyone under the age of 16, unless parental supervision there.


A deposit of £15 secures them, Payable via bank transfer or cash, I will hold your chosen 1 back for only 7 days, if the deposit is not recieved  i'm afraid your chosen bunny will be placed back on our forsale list.

Once your deposit is received then the chosen bunny is reserved for you,BUT i would like full payment by the time he/she is old enough to leave, if after a few attempts to contact with no reply the bunny will be made available again and you will loose deposit.

However i do know peoples circumstances do change and i can be flexible, given notice we can rearrange pick up times etc, if no text/email/phone call received about your bunny and pick up times and you just do not turn up then as stated it will be placed up again as available. 

This is due to too many time wasters which trust me there are loads out there!!



Sexing of babies can sometimes be tricky and mistakes can and sometimes are made. I am usually around 98% sure of the sex before parting with them. However if a mistake has been made on my part then i would be willing to exchange the baby for another of the opposite sex if available UNLESS, the baby has been left me for some time, (i.e) over 3 weeks. 



I ensure to pass a healthy french lop over to the new buyer.This is why they stay with us for the length of time stated. Once you have your bunny home it is up to YOU to care for it, i.e. if taken ill and in need of vets, it is up to you to seek medical attention for him or her. I WILL NOT take responsibility for vet fees once the rabbit has left me. I do my best to make sure they are as healthy as can be, i know from my own experience rabbits can go down hill quickly, This is part of your animal keeping responsibility, not mine.


All bunnies come with a care sheet

birth certificate and a few days supply of food.



Depending upon the reason you would like to return a bunny, will depend upon my answer, if i agree to a return, and depending upon the reason why, i will not refund, if i do refund depending upon the reason for return i will return your fee but will not return the deposit that is non refundable im afraid.

These are not called french lop GIANTS for nothing, they start off cute and small but they grow at an alarming rate and become huge before you realise.