our 3 week old cuties in Tales from a Rabbit Breeder

  • April 23, 2020, 12:29 p.m.
  • |
  • Public

alt text

alt text

alt text

wee choco tort. Its a buck
alt text

alt text

The size difference between the buck and doe here!
alt text

alt text

day one of the german hybrids.
alt text


Jinn April 23, 2020

Sooo cute ! I really want a bunny again. If only I did not have cats and dogs :-( . I would have to keep it caged most of the time . I do have a sunroom so maybe I could work it out .

ChainedChrysalis Jinn ⋅ April 23, 2020

There are always ways to figure it out if they are something you really want!

Jinn ChainedChrysalis ⋅ April 23, 2020

I know . I just have to placate my husband so that he is not aggravated. He thinks I have too many animals already . Are rabbits happy living alone ? I had only one before and I am ashamed to say I never considered that .

ChainedChrysalis Jinn ⋅ April 23, 2020

Yes they can be happy to live alone :) Mine dont share cages with one another. They dont even share the grass pen with one another. They CAN live together, in warrens when they have plenty of space. But they can be territorial and want their own space. So in many ways its easier to keep them alone. as long as they get interaction from you and snackies they are happy.

Jinn ChainedChrysalis ⋅ April 23, 2020

Great to know ; also reassuring that I did not inflict misery on my little Lop for eight years.

ChainedChrysalis Jinn ⋅ April 23, 2020

yeah! Im sure with love he felt happy :) Happy buns play and jump and throw things. Get loose and dig through your dirty laundry, and trash bins, Mine are forever raiding for orange peel lol. Goofs!

Jinn ChainedChrysalis ⋅ April 23, 2020

She was happy . She would jump sideways for joy when I let her out every day . After running about awhile she would come sit in my lap to be petted :-) She was a fun pet. She did have a propensity to chew electric cords if not watched well :-)

You must be logged in to comment. Please sign in or join Prosebox to leave a comment.