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post #1 of 33 Old 07-28-2013, 06:07 PM Thread Starter
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Official Rabbit Thread

Thought I would start up an official rabbit thread to see who here owns those amazing little creatures. Hoping lots of photos on this one.
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post #2 of 33 Old 07-28-2013, 06:17 PM
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I want a rabbit sooooo bad its not even funny. But I don't have room to keep the cage :(
Question though; How hard is it to litter train a bunny? And do you think it would be possible to have a small cage in my room but have a 'free roaming" bunny in it so he has space? Or is that idea crazy and will never happen?
I would devote my time to training him/her but during the school year I'm not home untill six
Does any one have any ideas? Or should I accept that I'll never have a rabbit?

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post #3 of 33 Old 07-28-2013, 06:56 PM
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Ohohohoh!! I have a rabbit! I've owned her for a little over a year now. I'd always wanted one, and finally decided what the heck, I have plenty animals, whats one more?! So I went on my local CL(no rabbit rescues near me, sadly) and found one. She is just a little joy. I honestly never thought that I would love a rabbit so much. She's definitely a brat sometimes, but has quite the personality.

Heres Bambi. She's 3 I believe and spayed(thankfully)
Sadly these are the only 3 pictures I have of her.

I JUST LOOOOVE HER LITTLE FEET!





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post #4 of 33 Old 07-28-2013, 07:20 PM
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I raise rabbits, but for fur and meat, not as pets.
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Here's Teddy (Brown) and Bailey (Black) - 6wk old lion head bunnies, brothers:). They seem to be figuring out to pee in the litter box! The poop is kind of hit and miss!image.jpg
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post #6 of 33 Old 07-28-2013, 08:15 PM
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Oh I have a rabbit! When I first got him I was told he was a girl, so I named him Bon Bon, hmm.. a few months later I got quite the surprise. Now his name is Jon Jon Anyway, he's a nearly year old lion head. He is such a joy to be with, I absolutely adore him. He lives in my bedroom, is quite friendly, and loves other animals. He has befriended my kitten. I had him free roaming my room 24/7 but... it got out of hand. He was chewing EVERYTHING, and I never could poo train him, so now when Im not in my room he stays in a area 1/3 of my room in a x-pen. They are such personable animals, I love him to the moon and back. I guess you would never think such little guys could have so much life in them, so much personality.







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Oh I have a rabbit! When I first got him I was told he was a girl, so I named him Bon Bon, hmm.. a few months later I got quite the surprise. Now his name is Jon Jon Anyway, he's a nearly year old lion head. He is such a joy to be with, I absolutely adore him. He lives in my bedroom, is quite friendly, and loves other animals. He has befriended my kitten. I had him free roaming my room 24/7 but... it got out of hand. He was chewing EVERYTHING, and I never could poo train him, so now when Im not in my room he stays in a area 1/3 of my room in a x-pen. They are such personable animals, I love him to the moon and back. I guess you would never think such little guys could have so much life in them, so much personality.










Oh my god. I JUST DIED. IM SERIOUSLY SCREAMING RIGHT NOW. SO DANG CUTE.
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I will post my bunny photos tomorrow.
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post #9 of 33 Old 07-29-2013, 12:27 AM
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I raise rabbits, but for fur and meat, not as pets.
Yep, same here, California's and new zelends. And crosses there of.
Working on a rabbit skin blanket for our daughter, so I'm thinking about crossing some color in, just to break up the white.

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Here is my four month old angora mix. Bumpkin's ears are just starting to flop and he already rules over the dogs with an iron paw.
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