The Bunnies.

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  1. aussiedoggie

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    Here are my two adorable rabbits. :)

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  2. AliciaD

    AliciaD On second thought...

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    How cute! How do they do outside? Do you just go out for play?

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    Izzy's Valkyrie Very Food Agressive

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    SO cute!!! I love how they look so fuzzy <3
     
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    Moth Mild and Slightly Nutty

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    So cute and cuddly...I love Puuh!
     
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    Fran101 Resident fainting goat

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    They are almost too cute to even be real

    I want a Lolle! <3
     
  6. AussieAshley

    AussieAshley love herds

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    So CUTE! I am a sucker for a lop eared bunny and Lolle's markings are adorable!
     
  7. aussiedoggie

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    They just go outside free range for play, and love it. :)


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    Thank you for bunny compliments! I love Lolle's pattern as well. I do like an animal with alot of color. ;) Those long floppy lop ears also do get me though.​
     
  8. HayleyMarie

    HayleyMarie Like a bat outa' hell

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    So cute <3

    I have a bunnie names Buns. She is a mean evil thing though! Hates all the dogs except my parents Scottie Casey.
     
  9. aussiedoggie

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    Is she altered? Unaltered rabbits can become aggressive. :(
     
  10. HayleyMarie

    HayleyMarie Like a bat outa' hell

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    No she is not altered, thats the problem ha ha.
    She is very sweet to humans, and actually pretty cival with the dogs they run around all together in the house, but Buns has her moments when she does not appreciate a dog near her, unless its Casey :)

    We have decided not to altered because of the high risk :(
     
  11. AliciaD

    AliciaD On second thought...

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    Altering female rabbits can be risky, but they have a high risk of cancer without spaying, and yet rabbits tend to be touchy with anesthesia so... And you have to really quiz vets on how many they have performed, what the outcomes were, etc.

    Plus, it can be insanely pricey, over $300 here, :(
     
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    Beautiful rabbits! I love Lolle's markings. Is she a Lionhead?
     
  13. aussiedoggie

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    She is a Lionhead, yes. :) Though she did not get much of the fur grown in which gives them the name.

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    It can be a risk to alter your rabbit, but I do say there is risk with any surgery. I've never had anything wrong happen with my rabbits or friends, thankfully. :)
     

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