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Spring Bunnies Photo Competition

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lornatrae's picture
Joined: 07.06.2010

Hi, Just wanted to let you know that British Bunnies is currently running a photo competition for your rabbits. All you need to do is send in a photo of your bunny with a spring theme and there are great prizes. The closing date is 16th April. If you want to know more you can read the blog post announcing the competition: http://www.britishbunnies.co.uk/blog/?p=740

Good Luck.

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Joined: 22.10.2012

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