thankfully, our rabbits can stay... and now thw question

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  1. juliefurry

    juliefurry Rusty but Trusty

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    I don't know if the size would mean much, in determining there age. I know rabbits such as dwarfs most pet store out here put up warning say they don't guarantee how large they will be at full grown. Their weight and everything differs. Maybe Thistle is older, or just isn't going to grow as much.
     
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    mrose_s BusterLove

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    ok, yeah, i suppose, they are so cute, they are in th backyrd at the moment, running and playing. They are so adorable, i might get some pics and post them.
     
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    ok...If you do not get thistle spayed or nuetered (I forgot if spaying is for a boy or girl and is nuetering is for a boy or a girl!!!), I will take the babies.I really want bunnies, and I do know how to take proper care of them.Trust me ;).I have a hamster and a gerbil.I know how to make luxurious cages, but not out of a computer case like scob had showed me.
     

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