Selling Diablo was a hard decision. It was great to get this picture of him and see how he was doing. :) Spoiled bun he is.
Little girl I sold back in November last year. She's a much loved pet.
It was nice meeting you over the weekend. Here are a couple of photos. Our rabbits seem to be doing well and are getting the hang of the litter box!
We named them Tortoise (in part after the colour) and Celexa (an anti depressant - B and I both work in mental health). We handle them often and gently so they get used to us. The startle response seems to be gone too.
They are bringing many more smiles to our day.
We hope they stay healthy. Thank you for our first pets as a couple.
Look at the lovely size of the cage. Looks great doesn't it? :)
These pictures of Timothy enjoying Christmas made me smile so I thought I would share them with you. :) The giraffe apparently is his Christmas present.
I am told he enjoys the tree they got this year.
Silly bunny, he looks so content doesn't he?
Timothy is a bunny I sold a while back. He's a good lad. In these pics he's been recently neutered and then bonded with a female bunny they had.
He apparently really likes this blanket.
He's such a lovely boy here. Really pleased with how he turned out.
The bunnies are both doing super well !
Here is coco puff.....
Last night he was purring as we cuddled and pet him!
He's litter trained to pee in the litter already but it's the poo---- still working on all of that!!!
and the little lady herself. She looks so big in this picture, but she's really a tiny little girl.
NightShade has unexpectedly been having a hard time adjusting to her new home. I am not sure why as she's been nothing but a sweet girlie here, docile and just a good-natured bunny. I suppose the switch from one place to another has just been overwhelming for her little bunny brain. New sights, sounds and people. New living environment and all that.
It's one of the things I find interesting with rabbits is how they can throw you for a curve at times. I am hopeful that she will settle down quickly enough and no longer be stressed out by her living accommodations.
An update from her people:
And yes she is starting to, she is letting us pet her now and pick her up every so often. She comes when she is called sometimes too. She also knows how to escape from her play pen Lol. We tend to have to put her back a couple times a day. She's a cutie!
Someone on Rabbittalk posted these pics of their guinea pigs. Isn't that just the nicest thing to do for your piggies?? Made me smile through and through.... and plan for after Hallowe'en to put the pumpkins out with the guinea pigs. :)
Those piggies are certainly intrigued aren't they?
Little guy is settling in well.He's getting along with the other animals in the house well, in particular has already cuddled up with our 2 year old Puggle. They have become instant best friends.
We wish to thank you so much.
This holland lop was a rescue that found a new home with a lady looking for someone to fill a void. :) Looks like he's found a good place to be. What do you think?
I have been breeding rabbits for a quite a few years. I thoroughly enjoy them as animals and think they make great pets. I also like to take some of them to rabbit shows to see how they measure up to the standards.
For the BEST rabbit forum I've ever found. Go to Rabbittalk.com. Good for the pet rabbit owner as well as the breeder for meat or show.